Digital Citizenship Project
Eryn P, Period 3
Digital Citizenship is how you act and your way of thinking but online. It is how you treat other people and you should always treat people how you want to be treated. Digital Citizenship is important because it teaches you how you need to act and think and treat people.
Digital Etiquette says a lot about how you act when you're true identity is covered up by a screen name and an cartoon icon. To have Digital Etiquette, you have to treat people the way you want to be treated.
Information Privacy protects you from having someone empty out you're bank account, getting spam e-mails, having someone hack you're computer, and you're phone/computer getting viruses and eventually crashing down. To prevent this, don't give out you're personal information to websites or people you don't know.
Social Networking helps you interact with friends through the internet. You want to make sure that only certain people can see you're profile. If people you don't know try to be you're friend or try to chat with you online, it is best to ignore them.
Keep you identity a secret until you know all about the site. But when you know more about it, don't give out all of you're information.
Never say anything to someone through text message that you wouldn't say in person. And never fight back.
If you are doing a report for school, never copy and paste something that is not you're own work because it is illegal and you can get an F on you're assignment.
Never steal work that is not you'res. If you try and steal it, then you can go to court or even jail.