First, we can joke about it on some level. What we see is our own interpretation. So, content on screen belongs to us for mobile. Given, proper netiquette to take responsibility. So, don’t think your screen does affect others.
Content Netiquette For Mobile
Next, mobility makes all content semi-public all the time. Also, some content public sometimes. Basically, if someone you do not know can see your screen it’s a public screen.
Then, it is the responsibility of the consumer to refrain from viewing offensive content in public. Also, listening to it. Music videos may be offensive. On the other hand, don’t go there avoid places with different standards.
Thus, material viewed in public depends on the public. It follows, a community standard. For example, family content is generally acceptable.
Hence, be acceptable in situations where the public includes families. Many people discontinue viewing content in public. Also, if people who may be offended come within viewing distance.
Content On Screen Netiquette
Consume data appropriate for everyone around because screens are public.