Cyber ethics is the study of ethics pertaining to computers, covering user behavior and what computers are programmed to do, and how this affects individuals and society. For years, various governments have enacted regulations while organizations have explained policies about cyber ethics. Cyber ethics concerns to the code of responsible behavior on the Internet. Just as we are taught to act responsibly in everyday life. An understandable and an appropriate lesson on Cyber Ethics could help youth to behave properly in the virtual world. In today’s fast moving world, there are so many burning issues around us which we need to think upon and act.. Social Networking sites provide a platform for discussion on such issues. Social media platforms are used by one-in-three people in the world, and more than two- thirds of all internet users. So it becomes essential to bring awareness on cyber ethics and impact of social media among youth to make them a safe and responsible netizen.
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Rekha Singh, Anil Kumar Tiwari. A Study on Cyber Ethics Awareness and Social Networking. Research J. Engineering and Tech. 2020;11(2):37-40. doi: 10.5958/2321-581X.2020.00006.9
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