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Virtual Behavior

Study Stack designed to help students with vocabulary related to "net"iquette

Disclaimer A statement used to prevent misunderstanding.
Disclosure the action of making secret information public.
Flaming Using technology to send messages of anger or frustration.
Interlational Communication Communicating with others over social distances or boundaries.
RL The abbreviation commonly used for "real life"
VR The abbreviation commonly used for "Virtual Reality"
Cyberculture The online culture created from widespread use of computers for communication, business, and entertainment.
Cyberbullying Intimidating or threatening others using electronic sources.
Cyber safety describes the safe and appropriate ways to use various internet sources.
Permission consent or authorization to do or join something.
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