Do. Only say to others online what you would feel comfortable sharing in person. Make sure you know the person you are talking to and that they are a valid person.
Don't. Do not open emails and fill out information its asking for if you don't know who sent it or why they need your info. Don't talk to strangers and give them what they want, such as your D.O.B or your address or SS#.
Do. Treat others with respect and treat them how you want them to treat you. Be a positive internet user.
Don't. Don't try scamming anyone. Don't hack into another computer or download anything illegally. When writing in a chat, don't use foul language and don't plagiarize someone else's work.
Do. Only talk to others who you know or have been verified as a legitimate person to talk to. Talk on secure sites and programs like Skype or Facebook.
Don't. Don't give out any information over text chat such as passwords or security question answers, hackers can intercept messages and take the info. Don't reply to suspicious or unknown emails asking for passwords or credit card numbers, many of them are fake or scams.
"Digital Etiquette." Digital Etiquette. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 May 2015.