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Digital Citizenship

Digital Citizenship Terms

TermDefinition
Flaming & Trolling sending or posting mean messages intended to hurt someone's feelings
Happy-Slapping recording someone being harassed or physically bullied, then posting the video online for everyone to see
Physical Threats sending messages to involve threats to a person's physical safety
Identity Theft / Impersonation stealing someone's password and taking over their online accounts to send or post incriminating or humiliating pictures, videos, or information
Photoshopping altering digital images so that the main subject is placed in a compromising or embarrassing situation
Rumor Spreading spreading gossip through e-mail, text messaging, or social networking sites
Instant Messaging real-time communication over the Internet
IM Slang new word phrase in the form of abbreviations invented for faster online communication
Username usually not someone's real name, but the name the person uses online
Private Message a message privately sent to someone
Community Chat online chatroom conversation in which all members participate publicly
Unwanted Messages messages that range from annoying advertisements to messages that promote hate, violence, or sexuality
Petitions online surveys about current events or social issues that are often sent by spamming
Spamming sending messages to many e-mail addresses of people you don't know
Cyberstalking stalking or harassing someone online
Forward a message or article sent to you by someone who was not the original writer of the message
Netiquette polite, courteous online behavior
Chatrooms a virtual "room" in which you send messages that appear almost instantly on the computer monitor of other people who are also participating in the chat or discussion
Adware computer software that displays advertisements
Application (app) computer software created for a particular task - used on smart phones and tablets
MMS multimedia messaging service - allows for sending video, audio, pictures, ringtones and other media
Blog a website that is regularly updated and operates like a journal with writing, opinions, experiences, photos, videos, and links to other information
Bystander one present but not taking part in a situation or event (like bullying)
Cyberbullying using technology to harm others through deliberate, repeated hostile attacks
Operating System group of software programs that provide instructions to a computer so that it may operate
Central Processing Unit (CPU) Carries out the functions in a computer
Cloud Computing a computer network that allows for software and hardware to be placed on it
Cookie a packet of data sent by an Internet server to a browser, which is returned by the browser each time it subsequently accesses the same server, used to identify the user or track their access to the server
Copyright exclusive rights given to someone who creates original work
Coverage Area refers to the area in which a service provider offers its communication service
Piracy reproduction or copying of music, video, or literature without proper compensation or permission
Plagirism Using someone's work without giving credit to the original author
Plug-In something you can add to a software application to enhance its abilites
Sexting the act of sending inappropriate sexual material between cell phones
Digital Addiciton dependence on the use of digital technologies
Digital Security Certificate verifies whether a website is secure or not
Domain Name type of internet address (.gov, .com, .edu....)
Downloading receiving data from a server or another computer
E-Mail electronic mail
Emoticon indicates emotion - uses letters and punctuation
Social Network website designed for groups of people who publish their own information and share it with others
Fair Use A limitation and exception to the exclusive right granted by copyright law to the author of a creative work
Hacked your computer or network has been broken into without your permission
Spam e-mail sent to a large group of people who did not sign up to receive it - often requests information or money and can contain viruses
Spyware a type of malware that unknowingly collects information from a computer
HTTP used to transfer data over the World Wide Web - required before a web address in a URL
HTTPS securely used to transfer data over the World Wide Web - required before a web address in a URL
Identity Theft form of fraud where one person assumes the identity of another person
IP Address string of numbers that indicates the location of a computer or server
Malware computer software designed to harm a computer
Virus type of malware that replicates itself and spread to other comptuers
Created by: lrchambers