Declaration of morality for a human in the Electronic World

  1. Your electronic identity contains your conscience.
  2. When you enter the electronic world, you are entering a world where real objective, moral values exist.
  3. Once you assume your Net Name, you acquire a freedom impossible in the physical world and become responsible for the morality of your electronic portrait.
  4. The other electronic identities coexisting with you are real people.
  5. Your actions in the electronic world will involve real consequences sometimes stretching further than in the physical world.
  6. When you do wrong in the electronic world, you hurt the other human emotionally, not physically.
  7. An electronic identity can change a human in the physical world and be a source of personal experience.

Sidey Myoo