An honest, moral code that should be followed when on the computer
A computer program about honesty
A computer that fits on or under a desk
A list of commandments in the Bible
Creating an embarassing picture of your classmate and forwarding it to your friend's email addresses
Sending someone a mean text
Bullying someone in the hallway
Threatening someone in an instant message
Reading a paragraph online and retyping it in your own words.
Copying and pasting someone else's work into your paper using qoutation marks and citing the author
Typing a paper in your own words
Copying and pasting a sentence from the Internet into your paper.
Up to $10,000 in legal fees
Up to $50,000 in civil fees
Power Hungery or Revenge of the Nerds
Big, Bad Bully
The Vengeful Angel
The Inadvertent Cyberbully "Because I Can"
Forward a mean message about a bully to your friends
Tell a parent, teacher, or administrator
Not forwarding mean texts sent you about a classmate
Use instant messanger to talk to your friends about someone's outfit you did not like that day at school
You can get kicked out of college.
You can make a zero on your assignment.
You can get fired from your job.
You could get a warning from your college professor.
Thou shalt not use a computer to email.
Thou shalt not use a computer to cyberbully.
Thou shalt not use a computer to interfere with other people's computer work.
Thou shalt not use a computer to be nosy or snoop into other people's computer files.
Thou shalt not use a computer to steal.
Thou Shalt not use a computer to lie.
Thou shalt not copy copyrighted software and materials.
Thou shalt not let others borrow your computer.
Thou shalt not use a computer to plagiarize.
Thou shalt respect other at all times when using the computer.