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Chapter 3

Browser: An application that reads the contents of Web pages and displays them on your computer screen.
Hyperlink: Any text or graphic on a Web page that will take you to a new location when clicked.
Uniform Resource Locator (URL): A unique Web address that directs a browser to a Web page.
Domain Name The part of a URL that usually identifies the owner or the subject of a Web site.
Search Engine: A Web site that finds Web pages that contain words you tell it to search for.
Boolean Operator: A word that can make an Internet search more specific and effective.
Virus: A small computer program that can copy itself repeatedly in a computer system and cause a variety of problems.
Copywright: A type pf legal protection for works that are created or owned by a person or company.
Fair Use: Describes when you may use a copyrighted work without permission.
Plagiarism: Using other people's ideas and words without acknowledging that the information came from them.
Created by: MariselaG15