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CUT5 5.8

Computers: Understanding Tech 5e 5.8

TermDefinition
netiquette A collection of guidelines that define good net behavior, based on the idea that people should treat others as they would like others to treat them. The term netiquette combines the words net and etiquette.
flaming Problem behavior that is the Internet equivalent of insulting someone face to face.
moderator An individual with the power to filter messages and ban people who break the rules for chat rooms, message boards, mailing lists, and other types of online communities.
net neutrality Short for network neutrality. A doctrine or code of fairness that states that all Internet traffic will be treated with equal priority.
Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 (DMCA) A US law that, among other things, prohibits people from disabling software encryption programs and other safeguards that copyright holders have put in place to control access to their works.
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