Lesson 11 - Lesson 11 Essay Plagiarism, Netiquette, and...

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Lesson 11 Essay Plagiarism, Netiquette, and Piracy are all one of the “10 Commandments of Computer Ethics,” which was on Computer of Ethics Institute’s website. (CEI) They are all have to respecting others and their creations. They also are all illegal and could be punishable by law. Plagiarism is copying another person’s words and using them as if they were their own or the proper citation is not given. Plagiarism is the #7 commandment “Thou shalt not use other people's computer resources without authorization or proper compensation.” Netiquette is the etiquette of the network. Each website has a set of rules that refer to netiquette. Examples of the main rules of netiquette are do not use all CAPS, be yourself, tell the truth, do not email at night, shop secure sites, and stay away from spam. Netiquette is basically all of the commandments except #6 and #7. Piracy is copying software that has copyright and using software that was not paid for by you. Even if you cannot afford the program isn’t a good enough excuse to commit
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course BPC 110 taught by Professor Michaelpatarozzi during the Spring '11 term at Rio Salado.

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