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Digital Citzenship e-Book

By :Te'Keyla Nelson

Digital Life 101

Blog : a updated website or webpage

Internet Flaming : a hostile interaction between two internet users

P2P :A communications model in which each party has the same capbilites and either party can indicate communication.

Phishing : the activity of a defrauding online account

Podcast : A digital audio file

Aggrrgator : a website or program that collects related items or content .

Blog : a regularly updated webpage or website

 Internet flaming : A hostile interaction between two internet users .

P2P : a communications model where each party has the same capiblites and either party can indicate communication

Phishing :activity of defrauding a online account

Podcast : a digital audio file

Aggregator :a website or computer software that aggregates specfic type of information .



>Use symbols in your password .

>NEVER share your password with anyone ,



1. Remember the Human

2.Know where you are in cyberspace .

3.Help keep flame wars under control .

4.Don't abuse your power .

5.Share expert knowledge .

Protect Yourself Online

                             NEVER ALLOW THE PUBLIC TO SEE :

1. Your full name

2. Social Security number

3 . Credit card numbers .

 Don't join bully groups , dont make fake accounts .

Digital Piracy

The trouble with digital piracy is that it is unethical and also stealing from those who create the music, movies, or software. Authors, publishers, and many other contributors love to share their talents but make their living through the entertainment business. Yes, some artists do share their work for free, but even that is with hope that consumers will still purchase and support the artist in the end.

Social Media

1. Use caution when clicking on links .

2. Know what you've posted about yourself .

3.Don't trust that a message is really from who it says its from .

4. Becareful about what you post !


the use of electronic communication to bully a person, typically by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature.


Know that it's not your fault. ...

  • Don't respond or retaliate. ...
  • Save the evidence. ...
  • Tell the person to stop. ...
  • Reach out for help – especially if the behavior's really getting to you. ...
  • Use available tech tools. ...
  • Protect your accounts. ...
  • If someone you know is being bullied, take action.