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Web Presence

Digital Footprints/Digital Dossier/Web Presence

IP (Internet Protocol) address a number/code that identifies computers that are connected to the internet. It keeps tabs of all the sites visited and searches made
Digital Dossier the compilation of all pieces of information collected and retained in digital form about a person.
Digital Footprints digital trail left on the internet
Web Presence digital trail left on the internet
Digital Native a person raised in a digital environment, has grown up surrounded by digital devices, such as MP3 players, tablets, and cell phones, and regularly uses these devices to interact with other people.
Digital Immigrant a person who started using the Internet and technology later in life (young adult/adult age) that may use some digital devices while with some old habits
Web Presence Digital Footprints, how you express yourself online, begins before you were born, can be seen by everyone-found-copied-passed on to anyone, information is there to stay, you can no erase it, can affect future
Things that can add to your Digital Dossier pictures,texts, registrations, credit cards, card swipes, likes/dislikes, online gaming, watching videos-movies/YouTube, Googling, surveillance cameras,posting on Soc. Networks: FaceBook-Twitter-Instagram-SnapChat, Phones, Tablets, Games, GPS systems
Created by: Ms. B.



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