Netiquettes (net i kets) n. - the conventional rules for correct behavior on the Internet. Those techniques for using the Internet that are considered appropriate to the majority of Internet users.

Network Etiquettes - Netiquettes.

Originally, the people using the Internet had "grown up" with it and thus were technically minded along with having a good understanding of it's culture. Today, most of the Internet users are new to it and are unfamiliar with it's customs and culture. It should also be understood that no matter who supplies them with their Internet accesss, whether it is an Internet Service Provider or an account through a corporation, that these organizations have regulations about ownership of mail and files, including what is proper to post or send, and how to present yourself. Everyone should check with the local authority for specific guidelines.

Basic guidelines for E-mail.

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