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Social Networking sites Allows users to communicate with each other and share their lives in a virtual community. Some examples are Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, & Tumblr.
Cookie Tracking Cookies let some websites remember information about you like your password and username.
Hacker A person who gains unauthorized access to a computer
Virus Programs that can hurt your computer. A virus can create, move, or erase your files and cause your computer to not work properly.
Identity theft A crime where someone wrongfully gets and uses another person’s name and/or personal data in order to benefit themselves (ex. Steal their money)
Plagiarism Taking someone else’s ideas or work and claiming they are your own
Intellectual property Creations of the mind: inventions, trademarks, novels, poems, plays, film, music, artistic works. Allows the owners of the creations to benefit. Protects their works.
Copyright the exclusive legal right, given to the creator of a work to print, publish, perform, film, or record literary, artistic, or musical material, and to authorize others to do the same (Ex. Songwriters must be paid for writing their songs when you buy them)
Fair Use Act Allows limited use of a copyrighted work without payment. Examples: You can use 10% or 3 min of a copyrighted video in your presentations 10% or 30 seconds of copyrighted music You can make one backup copy of a CD for yourself
Digital Millennium Copyright Act Updates US copyright law to include digital media
Internet Censorship
Netiquette Good manners when using the internet. Respecting others’ privacy and not doing annoying behaviors online
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