Cell Phone Netiquette – Are You Breaking the Rules?
You see it everyday. People are driving while texting or walking down the street attached to their mobile phones. In our latest video on the rules of netiquette, you'll learn 6 essential tips for cell phone etiquette to help you communicate safely and appropriately.
At the end of the digital day, remember the following:
Never text & drive
Don't treat your phone as an accessory
Keep conversations private when in public
Keep your head up - don't text while walking
Don't send a text to follow-up
Avoid playing "texting games"
Julie Spira is a cyber-relations and netiquette expert. She's the author of The Rules of Netiquette: How to ...
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In a recent article on Reuters, Facebook: new frontier in parent-teen relationship, they referenced a study which revealed almost two-thirds of the teens in the U.S. are Facebook friends with their parents. Of the students aged 16 -18 surveyed by Kaplan Test Prep, 38% said they ignored their friends requests from their parents.
As social networking sites like Facebook become multi-generational, it isn’t uncommon to see parents comment on their children's Facebook profiles, resulting in a little parental social bickering. There are no rules of netiquette as it relates to parents and children on Facebook, other than make sure you are comfortable ...
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