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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnetiquettenet‧i‧quette /ˈnetɪket/ noun [uncountable] informal  the commonly accepted rules for polite behaviour when communicating with other people on the Internet
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netiquetteYou don't have to breach netiquette to get flamed-just expressing a contrary or naive opinion should do the trick.Sending an angry e-mail in capital letters breaks the rules of netiquette.When you are in love, perhaps netiquette does not count.
From Longman Business Dictionarynetiquettenet‧i‧quette /ˈnetɪket/ noun [uncountable] informalCOMPUTING correct ways of behaving when communicating with people on the Internet, for example not being rude or using bad language
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