Truth, without honesty the Internet is entertainment. A joke at best. Fraud for the most part. Half stories are deceptive practices. Some of the story can be misleading. Read carefully.
Untruthful communication is common online. We are coming together to create an internet society based on honesty. Netiquette rules.
As a manner of communication, the internet is gaining more honest users. Old habits are dying hard for others. Netiquette is bringing light to the user group.
Truth and Integrity Etiquette Manners
Communities require truthful communication because information shared is relied upon. Honest communication allows the online community to exist because we can rely on each other. Members are truthful. Outliers lie.
Lies invalidate the community. The communication of members cannot be relied upon. We have to be honest in order to enable good things to come from our online activities.
Attending events we have confirmed online are a good indicator of how elusive the Internet is. The majority of people who RSVP online do not show up. Follow up calls to confirm increase attendance.
This guideline is meant to remind people how to avoid misleading communication. It goes to show you that many people are dishonest online. The Human Condition applies. Tell the truth.
The truth online is a statement that is correct about something. A lie is a statement about something that is false. Misleading statements are borderline lies. Vague statements protect privacy with honesty.
Media generally does not contain the whole truth. The Internet is a medium. It is part of the media. There are many reasons that the whole truth is not always told.
For the most part it is internet best netiquette to convey a good message. Disclosure of possible issues with a message may not be included unless there is a good reason.
Tell the truth providing vague statements if necessary to protect privacy because lies destroy the community.
Things that are not explicitly stated are generally not included. Assumptions people make do not make communication a lie. Read carefully for the truth.
Oversight is encouraged to help us communicate more effectively. Feedback helps everyone. This includes those in authority. Make sure we understand how and why to use accuracy and deception.