Friday, 6 January 2012



Global Citizenship can be defined as a moral and ethical disposition. An example of Global Citizenship would be the recognition of the historic landmarks(eg. the great wall of china) as it is a preserved landmark in china.
Global Citizenship provides Social Equality, Income equality and awareness of the global community.
A digital citizen refers to a person utilizing Information Technology (IT) to connect with the world.

This are some examples of social communication platforms.

This is the percentage of internet users by continent as of June 2010
Since there are many internet users, viruses are spreaded by many people and so, Digital Citizens should be careful while using the internet.
This is the pros and cons of the internet.
To be a responsible digital citizen, we must ourselves about copyright and fair use policies.

We must also find ways to protect our computers against viruses.

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