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Personal Safety Netiquette Rules Tips for Keeping Yourself Safe

Personal Safety Netiquette Rules

Personal Safety Netiquette Rules. They are common practices to prevent harm on the Internet. Privacy is a them of these customs.

It is hard to tell a legitimate offer from a fake offer. All come in the same language, HTML. Antivirus software to protects us to a small extent. It is a convention and has its own conventions.

Meeting someone from online engagement is acceptance of an HTML offer. Crowded places provide some social protection. It makes leaving easier. Security to some degree is provided by the people around you.

The social code of mitigating risk of harm from online interaction. The rules are the guidelines we follow to avoid getting hurt on the internet. Personal Safety Netiquette Rules are the specific tips we follow personally.


1. Account Settings

Use account settings for limited access to personal information. More »

2. Don't Click The Unknown

Don’t follow links to unknown sites from websites the first time you visit them. More »

3. Cautious Acceptance

Accept friends with caution because you are judged by the people you know. More »

4. No Assumptions

Don’t assume anything. Many people post misleading information on purpose. More »

5. Don't Trust

Do not trust anyone because you cannot see them in reality. More »

6. Clean Cache

Clean your cache regularly to remove cookies. More »

7. No Over Payments

Don’t accept over payments because it is a common scam. More »

8. Do Not Pay To Work

Don’t pay to work from home because you will just be wasting your money. More »

9. No Pills

Many companies advertise weight loss pills that do not work. More »

Audio Visual Video

Published on May 17, 2015 | 0:27 Seconds | Science and Technology

Personal Safety Netiquette introduction. Keywords, graphics, and images.


David Chiles

Family Guidelines

Published on January 22, 2012 | 2:20 Minutes | Science and Technology

Two kids in the cyber forest discuss cyber safety. One child shares the rules of personal and Family (Parental) cyber safety netiquette by David Chiles with the other.


Cyber Kids