1: Don Tapscott refers to it while describing what rules and restrictions where enforced on the “children only” chatting platform “Freezone”. Netiquette1 mustn’t’ necessarily refer only to pre-set restrictions but also to self-organization of net communities. Citizens of Second Life recently complained to Linden Labs about the growth of the crime rate in their virtual world, but Linden’s answer was to ask them to form “local systems of self-regulation”. Aim of those systems might be to ban users that break the rules.
Swarm can’t be controlled from the top. It needs to control itself from the bottom, like wikipedia community does.
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