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1. You shall not use a computer to harm other people.

- It is wrong to use a computer and steal/access/destroy their personal information.

2. You shall not interfere with other people’s computer work.

- Generating and consciously spreading computer viruses is unethical.

3. You shall not snoop around in other people’s computer files.

-Reading other people’s e-mail messaged is a bad as opening and reading their letters. This is
invading their privacy.

4. You shall not use a computer to steal

-Using a computer to break into accounts of a company or a ban and transferring money should be
judged the same way as robbery.

5. You shall not use a computer to bear false witness

-The internet can spread untruth as fast as it can spread truth.
-Putting out false information to the world is bad.

6. You shall not copy or user proprietary software for which you have not paid (without
- Software is an intellectual product.
- It is like a book: Obtaining illegal copies of copyrighted software is a bad as photocopying a
copyrighted book.
7. You shall not use other people’s computer resources without authorization or proper
- - Hacking a system to break and bypass the authorization is unethical
8. You shall not appropriate other people’s intellectual output.
- - Copying somebody else’s program without proper authorization is software piracy and is
9. You shall think about the social consequences of the program you are writing or the
system you are designing.
- - You have to think about computer issues in a more general social framework:
10. You shall always use a computer in ways that ensure consideration and respect for
your fellow humans.
- -The fact that you cannot see the people you are interacting with does not mean that you can
be rude to them.


1. RDF - Resource Description Framework

2. XML –Extensible Markup Language
3. XFN XHTML Friends Network
4. OWL Web Ontology Language
5. API Application Programming Interface
6. . XRI Extensible Resource Identifier
7. . XDI extensible Data Interchange
8. . URI Uniform Resource Identifier
9. . SWRL Semantic Web Rule Language
10. . SPARQL Protocol and RDF Query Language
11. . OAUTH- Open Authentication