I always remind my kids that the internet is a "very, very, bad place, full of very, very, bad people." They can't seem to believe it - as the internet, for them, is a wonderful experience - getting to play games, chatting with their friends, posting their funny videos, and sharing their pics online. Of course, we - as responsible adults, know better.
In a virtual world with (almost) no rules, there has to be a certain "Code of Conduct" to govern the internet. Unfortunately, there are none. There is, however, a concept - fairly new - relative to the existence of the internet, and we're going to discuss it this week. This week's industry jargon: Digital Citizenship.