Saturday, April 18, 2009

Regulations in the internet

The Internet community does not know the rules. In the internet all the right action, initiative, to create what is prohibited without and against. Internet is free! However, despite the free and open, internet also have limitations that we see. Restrictions or ethics in the form of order internet often called Nettiquette! As well as communicating via mail or analog look in the face, communicating with e-mail etiquette requires that called Nettiquette (or Netiket = Netter etiquette). Can be, almost every day there are millions of e-mail sent and received by so many people.

So if any one-word, can result in fatal. But it is very frustrating, if we receive an e-mail messages that the sender use capital letters, send back completely messages that we send, or the length of the questions we, with the greeting, "I think so," or "incorrect." Well, to prevent it happening, it's good we know some of them:

1. Treat e-mail in private

If someone send the information or ideas in private, should not we send them to public forums, such as the group, or mailing-list. Email is essentially a personal communication tool.

2. Other People Do not Discuss

Do not talk to people or the other, let alone evil. Be careful of what you write. E-mail features called "Forward", which allows the recipient will forward (forward) to another person.

3. Do not use capital letters

As well as reading the newspaper, or mail, read e-mail messages that use the case of excessive capital do not feel seen. But in addition, particularly in manners to communicate with email / chat, the use of uppercase [capital] is usually considered shouting. May be meant only to put pressure on your purpose.

4. Do not cite too many

Be careful in making a reply (reply). Facilities' Reply 'from most of the mailer program will usually quote the original message you received to automatically fill in your mail. If the message must be quoted in someone answers e-mail, try to remove the parts that do not need, and only the relevant sections only.

5. Do not use the CC (carbon copy)

If you want to send mail to some people (for example in the mailing-list), or try to avoid lists of the names on the line CC. If you do so, all those who receive your e-mail, will be able to see the address, e-mail addresses of others. Generally, when people do not like e-mail address be in public. Always use the BCC (blind carbon copy). In this way each person can only see your e-mail itself.

6. Do not use HTML format

If you send an important message to your colleagues, do not use HTML format without the program that you are sure the e-mail your colleagues can understand the HTML code. If not, your message is not legible or is empty. We recommend using plain text.

7. Answer sanely

Answer every e-mail message sanely. Do not answer the two questions in a three answers. Moreover, the e-mail message is lengthy, and you said in one word: "Good." Wow, this is very frustrating.

8. We recommend to use the word efficiency, use abbreviations that are commonly used

For efficiency, the use of the word, phrase or term “ by the way” can be abbreviated BTW. In My Opinion (= according to the sparing me) can be abbreviated IMO. Because (= because) can be abbreviated. Use of the English word, for example, sentence What are you?, Can be replaced How RU? The sentence "According to the sparing me" can be replaced IMHO (In My Humble Opinion) and so forth.

The crime first appeared in 1966, have a programmer to modify the program so that the account is empty bank accounts belonging to customers can be used to continue to take the money.

Human action is determined by a variety of norms, in general, defined as negotiable values or normative pattern a person or institution as a natural attitude that can be received in the interaction with the environment. While in use the internet not a lot of rules written in the right to limit what is forbidden but the ethics and norms in the Internet must exist on ourselves.

Therefore, let us do something in use must be ethical, moral, and regulations that do not harm others, creating a harmonious life together, secure, peaceful, and safe.

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