What is computer etiquette?

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Computer etiquette are the rules and regulations of how to interact with other people online. Some examples of computer etiquette are do not use all caps lock, avoid unnecessary humor, use polite and courteous language and respect each individual's right to privacy.
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Don't type anything vulgar or perverted or insulting or rude. Also don't type in all capital letters for a whole word because all caps. implies angry yelling.
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The purpose of etiquette, computer or otherwise is to make everyone feel comfortable and welcome, and to show respect and consideration. Additionally, on the computer, we need to
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