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Top Ten Things You Know But Don’t Remember!
Who is the responsible Party? You are responsible for your own work!! Sent or Received!!
Get paid while you work….? You may not use the Internet at work to make money! This is against the Telecommunications Code of Ethics.
Watch your Fingers!!! Don't let inappropriate words, copying, or threats be your downfall!
Plagiarism is on the Rise Cite your Work! Set a good example for students!
Who knows your password/s? No one! Shhh!!! Don't tell people your passwords! The account is YOUR responsibility !
Password security Change your passwords frequently! The wisest thing you can do: Do not share your password!
Email is not private Any email sent through the school network is not guaranteed to be private!
Netiquette DON'T YELL AT PEOPLE!!!
Getting around webfilters is not OK Don't use proxies! Proxies are against acceptable use.
What’s the best thing I can do? Follow the Telecommunications Code of Ethics and the Acceptable Use Policy. If you haven’t signed one, we can do that today.
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