Just like there are laws in meatspace (such as "nothing is certain except death and taxes") there are rules that govern interactions and events on the Internet. The Telegraph has a look at the 10 most prominent truisms on the Web that anyone who has ever spent anytime on a message board or forum will recognize -- if not by name, than as generally being true. Some of the rules on the list are...
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