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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etiquette and grammar are different concepts - you can be a rude as you like in flawless English.
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I'm a Southerner who now lives near Silicon Valley in California. And so I'm particularly attuned to the need to show consideration for others (that's my Southern upbringing at work
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The [ HVCC Computer Use Policy ] is pretty much required reading. By using the Hudson Valley Community College Computing Resources, you implicitly acknowledge that you have read and
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