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net·i·quette

 (nĕt′ĭ-kĕt′, -kĭt)
n.
Etiquette practiced or advocated in electronic communication over a computer network.

[Blend of (Inter)net and etiquette.]

netiquette

(ˈnɛtɪˌkɛt)
n
(Communications & Information) the informal code of behaviour on the internet
[C20: from net(work) + (et)iquette]

net•i•quette

(ˈnɛt ɪ kɪt, -ˌkɛt)
n.
the etiquette of computer networks, esp. the Internet.
[1980–85; b. network + etiquette]

netiquette

The accepted standards of behavior in online communication.
Translations
آداب السُّلوك في الإنتَرنِت
síťová etika
netikettenetværksetikette
hálózati illemtan
interneto etiketas
Interneta lietotaju etikete
zásady slušnosti pri používaní Internetu
İnternet görgü kuralları

netiquette

[ˈnetɪket] N (Internet) → netiqueta f normas de conducta oficiosas para navegar por Internet

netiquette

[ˈnɛtɪkɛt] nnetiquette fnet profit nbénéfice m net

netiquette

n (Comput) → Netiquette f, → Net(t)ikette f

netiquette

(ˈnetiket) noun
a set of rules for proper behaviour among users in a computer network (the Internet) when exchanging messages.
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So when online, think thrice before unleashing and don't forget your netiquette so that electronic communication doesn't emotionally electrocute you or the receiver.
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A great status for those who create original content and share content through common netiquette practices that is positive or helpful in nature.
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While protecting children online is a shared responsibility between parents, schools, libraries and the IT and technology community; parents and educators remain best-positioned to influence educating children about Netiquette," Nashwa Aly, Public Policy and Government Relations, at Google, said.
Cross-generational workforces are learning netiquette and the social norms of sharing, contributing and acknowledging in their private lives because of Facebook, Twitter and blogging.
Inculcating the right kind of social media netiquette, therefore, would be a very good idea whether you are on Twitter or on Facebook, or for that matter, any social media website.
Yet, with some two million emails sent globally every second, it's no wonder that most of us have, at some time, forgotten our netiquette and committed an email faux pas which has ended up causing offence, embarrassment, annoyance or even got us the sack.
Do we model and use the core rules of netiquette ourselves?
Where a blog typically contains weekly entries, emails from customers who visit a company's Website should be responded to within 24 hours to maintain good netiquette.