Computer use should be guided by the dictates of honesty, propriety and integrity. In joining the world of computers, a computer user should respect the right of others in expressing their opinions, in protecting their intellectual property from infringement and destruction. ill motives and devilish designs to harm other computer users should not be tolerated in order that the purpose for which computer are based would not be violated.
With the foregoing, it is hoped that you gained the basic knowledge that would keep you on guard while you engage yourself in " computing." It may be difficult initially to maintain propriety, honesty and integrity in an environment seemingly teeming with freedom and liberty. The fact is there is no such thing as unlimited freedom and liberty. It is hoped therefore that you would become a more responsible and honest computer user yourself fully aware of your obligations and accountability as such.