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Computer Use Ethics - Recommended by the New Jersey State Police High Technology Crimes & Investigations Support Unit. NJSP Badge
 
 
 
  • Keep in mind that while sitting at a computer, you may begin to feel that since you can't be seen, you can say anything at all. However, internet users can be traced and you are never completely anonymous.
  • Never say anything to someone on the internet that you would not say to them in person.
  • Using all capital letters is considered shouting and is impolite.
  • "Flaming" is inciting or provoking an argument and should be avoided.
  • "Spamming" is sending junk e-mail to many people. It is also used to describe the process of posting inappropriate comments about a person on many different newsgroups, websites, or forums.
  • Never use profanity.





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