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Bloom Taxonomy: Knowing

TermDefinition
Software Piracy is the illegal copying and use of software.
Intellectual Property is the fruits of mental labour; something that belongs to your mind or intellect. Your own creative resource.
Plagarism is stealing someone else’s ideas and using them as your own, and is illegal.
Shareware A software licence that allows you to download the software for free and use it for limited time.
Freeware A software licence that allows you to download the software for free and use it indefinitely.
Software A software licence that allows to download software for free and share it with others.
Copyright Law The ownership of intellectual property.
Reverse Engineering is the analysis of a program by examining its source code and structure in order to develop a similar product, or a product that interfaces with the product being analysed.
Decompilation is the process of converting machine executable code into assembler code so it can be more easily understood. This process is often necessary when the executable code needs to be modified and the programmer doesn’t have access to the source code.
Network Use The allowance of people to collaborate in order to create software.
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