Code of Ethics in the Use of Technology
- Pay attention to network etiquette.
Network etiquette includes the rules of online communities. Sloppy writing on online forums, distractions from equipment during conversations, and unsolicited email sending are some examples of bad network etiquette.
- Don’t believe all the words on the Internet
Learn to judge what you see or hear on the Internet, and don’t spread it if you are not sure whether the statement is true.
- Respect the original
When using the content of the original author, pay attention to citations and annotations.
- No personal attacks on the network
Use civilized internet language and do not judge or criticize others at will.
- Search using a safe and effective website
Informal websites may cause personal information leakage and endanger your own network security.
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