Internet and email

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Use lower case letters for website and email addresses in a text.

In case a cited weblink is long, it should be represented visually after the first slash.
Example: > eur > publications > cheating and plagiarism (as a replacement for

Do not use the prefix 'http://' in printed documents or web texts.

Write 'the Internet’ with capital I, preceded by a definite article.

In contact information, an email address is indicated as follows: 'email:' OR capital E, without punctuation.

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