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Each time you use Your Internet, your chair becomes a pilot's seat - and you are at the controls of a powerful Super Cyberspace-Craft. But all that power comes with responsibility. Wherever you go, whatever you do while flying through the Worldwide Web - it is your ability to make the right decisions that determines if you accomplish your mission, or fail.

Doing your best 'for the good of cyberspace' means doing the best for yourself, because, after all - it is Your Internet. Proper behavior is the same whether or not you're on the Net. Know right from wrong, and if you're not sure, ask your teacher, or parent. Set your life's goals as high as you possibly can - then keep reaching for your dreams with the magic touch that is at your fingertips.

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There is no such thing as 'cyber ethics'. Ethical behavior, the ability to make right decisions, is the same no matter what the environment. A youngster who just says 'no' to illegal drugs offered by peers, at school or on the street, for example, is not likely to go searching for them on the Web.

Family values, and the Internet, are based on communication. Communicating family values has never been more important. Parents need to supervise kids as they begin to explore the Web. Trust is achieved, earned by accomplishment.

In school, students learn to use computers appropriately. Community programs and campaigns educate cyberspacers about Internet safety, ethics, and of the legal do's and don'ts. Still, moral training begins at home. Whether off-line or online, teach kids early to take full responsibility for their own behavior, and to expect the consequences for the decisions they make.

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