Digital Rights & Responsibilities
privileges and freedom extended to all digital technology users
respect copyright and intellectual property
thoughtful decisions about what you say and do online
Repercussions for teachers (for ex) for questionable behaviour posted online
permission to view and share info online
intellectual property and copyright law
Protection of Creative Work
appropriate use of online documents
ethics of technology.
the electronic responsibility for actions and deeds
just as important to treat people with courtesy and respect online as it is in real life.
Loss of Revenue Streams for Creative Work
using bad language on the Internet
Digital Health & Wellness
physical and psycho-social well-being
repetitive stress injuries, eye strain and carpal tunnel syndrome
well-balanced future citizens
electronic selling and buying of goods
illegal operations and criminals
Increased access to products
Business to consumer (B2C)
Includes online purchases from bricks-and-mortar retailers as well as from “pure-click” online retailers
41 percent of global internet users having purchased products online in 2013
Electronic participation in society
Do you have more or less access than your classmates?
one-fifth (20%) of those with Internet say it was cut off in the last year due to non-payment.
Internet connectivity is crucial for children’s learning.