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Digital Citizenship

Vocab

TermDefinition
Avatar a graphic or picture you use to represent yourself on the internet
cyber bully Repeatedly hurting, harassing, or embarrassing someone through the use of digital media tools such as the internet or cell phones.
digital footprint all of the information found online about a particular person. The information can be posted by that person or someone else.
empathy being aware, sensitive, and understanding of what someone else is feeling or experiencing.
flame a term used to describe a rude message that is sent on purpose to others on the internet.
identity theft A crime that happens when someone gets the personal information (e.g., credit card, social security number, bank account numbers) of another person, usually to steal money.
intellectual property Intellectual property includes art, books, inventions, magazines, movies, music, performances, reports, software, stories created by you or by others.
listserve An online list that allows users to send e-mail to one address, where messages are then copied and sent to all of the people on the list.
netiquette An important part of becoming a digital citizen. Practicing responsible, honest, and polite behavior while using the internet.
open source Programming code with limited or no copyright restrictions, allowing you to legally modify and share the software program.
phishing a tactic scammers use to collect your personal information for many reasons. Ex. identify theft, harassment, etc.
upstander someone who stands up to someone displaying bullying or inappropriate behaviors.
Created by: Jennifer28