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Introduction to the Internet and World Wide Web

WORLD INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ORGANIZATION (WIPO dedicated to protecting intellectual property rights internationally.
CREATIVE COMMONS a non profit organization that provides free services that allow authors and artist to register a type of copyright license.
CLIENT are computer workstations used by individuals such as PC.
(LAN) LOCAL AREA NETWORK is usually confined to a single building or group of connected buildings.
(WAN) WIDE AREA NETWORK geographically dispersed and usually uses some form of public or commercial communication
BACKBONE high capacity communication link that carries data gathered form smaller links that interconnect with it.
CLIENT/SERVER relationship between two computer programs
(MIME) MULTIPURPOSE INTERNET MAIL EXTENSION rules that allow multimedia documents to be exchanged among many different computer systems.
(FTP) FILE TRANSFER PROTOCOL allows files to be exchanged between computers on the internet.
(HTTP) HYPERTEXT TRANSFER PROTOCOL set of rules for exchanging files such as text, images, video, etc.
Created by: dalings4