13 SPAMMINGDefinition: the act of sending unsolicited electronic messages in bulk.- Dictionary.LaborlawTalk.com
14 SPOOFINGDefinition: A technique used to gain unauthorized access to computers, whereby the intruder sends messages to a computer with an IP address indicating that the message is coming from a trusted host.- Webopedia
15 PHISHINGDefinition: The act of sending an to a user falsely claiming to be an established legitimate enterprise in an attempt to scam the user into surrendering private information that will be used for identity theft.Webopedia
16 FLAMINGDefinition: posting messages that are deliberately hostile and insulting, usually in the social context of a discussion board.-Answers.com
17 “Borrowing”Is it ever right to “borrow” or copy someone else’s pictures or writing without giving them credit?
18 Cutting and Pasting Others’ Work Is Okay as Long as You…
19 Give Credit Where Credit Is Due…Cite Your Sources!
23 Rose-anne Camilleri -ICT What is Netiquette?How one behaves online.Be politeDo not send messages which may hurt a person’s feelingsUse proper languageAvoid using inappropriate and offensive language. There are so many other words to choose from!Be Safer OnlineRose-anne Camilleri -ICT
24 Rose-anne Camilleri -ICT Remember that nothing you write on the Internet is private. Anything written on the ‘Net’ can be read by anyone online .Avoid sending the same message to the same people over and over again. This is called being a pest.Be Safer OnlineRose-anne Camilleri -ICT
25 Rose-anne Camilleri -ICT Never respond to rude or offensive messages. Log off and tell your teacher as soon as possibleAvoid using ALL CAPS. It’s considered shouting online.Remember that sometimes people pretend to be different people online.Be Safer OnlineRose-anne Camilleri -ICT
26 Rose-anne Camilleri -ICT Never send or receive pictures online to or from persons you meet online.If you find a website with ‘bad’ stuff, just click the back button and go somewhere else.Be Safer OnlineRose-anne Camilleri -ICT
27 Rose-anne Camilleri -ICT Always delete unknown attachments before opening them. They can contain destructive viruses.Never give out personal information (such as your surname, address, or phone number) about yourself or anyone else.Be Safer OnlineRose-anne Camilleri -ICT