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Aryaman gupta A2305213016 Sachin kaja A2305213510 Shivam Bhatia A2305213068 Siddharth singh A2305213513

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NETIQUETTES Submitted By: Aryaman Gupta A2305213016 Shivam Bhatia A2305213068 Sachin Kaja A2305213510 Siddharth Singh A2305213513

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Definition: Netiquette , a cyber-word, is the combination of the words network and etiquette. It describes the culture of the internet. Specifically, it's the culture of how we communicate digitally through networks. The internet is the most popular digital network in the world. Therefore, netiquette is centered on internet use because it's the culture of digital networks and the internet is the most popular in the world. Netiquette " is network etiquette, the do's and don'ts of online communication. Netiquette covers both common courtesy online and the informal "rules of the road" of cyberspace.

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Principles: The principles of netiquette are the ways we use networks to communicate effectively. Effective communication requires common knowledge to operate network devices for communication from a technical standpoint. Socially, effective digital communication requires a strategic relationship. Netiquette provides social rules for the operation and engagement of network computers based on the book, The Principles of Netiquette by David Chiles, which contains the common knowledge of network and social communication.

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NETIQUETTES RULES: 1. TRUTH: Honest communication is required for the online community to exist. Communities require truthful communication because information is shared is relied upon. Lies invalidate the community because the communication of members cannot be relied upon. 2. NO FLAMES: Communication is sending or receiving a message and responding. We freely communicate with people we feel equal to by choice. Positive communication is good. Negative communication is bad. An online insult is negative communication known as a flame. It is bad. Flame is a reference to inflammatory material posted on the internet. Targets of a flames acknowledge the insult by responding. There is no reference to it without a response. It loses popularity.

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3. NO SPAM: Spam is an unsolicited message. A solicitation is a request. An unsolicited message is received without request. Unapproved messages interfere with approved messages because they can be delivered to the same address . 4. PROOFREAD: Proofreading is reviewing a message for approval before transmitting it through the internet. This includes checking the spelling and grammar for text communications because spelling and grammar create understanding. In telecommunications it is appropriate vocabulary and grammar because a misspelled word is the wrong word similar to unfamiliar vocabulary.

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5. DISCRETION: Discretion is the user decision about how much information to provide online contacts. It is a personal judgment. Personal judgment refers to your decision regarding sharing information . 6. ALL CAPS: Shouting at people is rude in reality and telecommunications. Messages with all capital letters is the text equivalent to shouting . Writing text in all capital letters, 'all caps', is shouting because it communicates emphasis with inappropriate connotation. Shouting is not appropriate because it is intimidating. It gets attention for the wrong reasons. This style of text is appropriate for headings and telecommunication with a lot of background interference.

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Email etiquette: There are rules for email messages also. They are: Check your email daily. Delete unwanted messages. Mail messages can be downloaded and saved for future references. Never assume that your email can be read by no one but yourself. Keep messages in your box to a minimum.

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