An eletronic file or photo sent with an e-mail message.
Short for weblog. An online journal or log. Each entry is called a post.
A confrence between two or more people using telephone lines.
A video and audio confrence between two or more people.
Using the wed to deliver live or deklayed versions of a broadcast.
A live presentation trnsmitted over the web.
A digital file downloaded to a computer or portable device and listened to at your conveniences. Subscribing through an RSS feed givs you automatic downloads when a new file is added
Using social media like facebook to make connections with family, friends, customer, and clients.
A collabrative website that allows users to add, modify or dekete content.
Using technology in a safe,legal, and responsable way. -Digital citizenship
Proper etiquette or good manners used in electronic communication. -Netiquette
Sending unsolicited slectronic bulk messages or junk mail.
Bashing, insultin, or using profanity on the internet. -flaming
Using electronics communicationto harm or harass in a deliberate, repeated, and hostile manner. -cyber bullying
A published, false statement that us damaging to a persons reputation -libel
A verbal, false statement that is damaging to a persons reputation. -slander
Suppervision of speech or other public communication. -censorship
Keeping out unwanted material -filtering
Pricipals of right and wrong that guide behavior -ethics
A work or invention that is the result of creaivity. -Intellectual Property
The rights possessed by the owner of information or resources. -Copyright
Lets you dictate how ohers may use your work -Creative Commons
Protecting a name, symbol or logo so that others cannot use it wothout your permission. -Trademark
Making illegal copies of CD's, DVD's, movies, music, software, etc
Copying someone else's work and claming it as your own or not giving proper credit
A legal contract that defines the ways in which you may use a computer program
Regular software license
Usually allows you to load software on One computer
Free software you can use, copy, share not sellor change
Trial software use the software for a trial period and then decide whether to purchace it
End User License Agreement- A legal binding contract you agree to when using install software
Acceptable Use Policy- Guide lines on how a network can and should be used
Information available for anyone to copy
Can be used without permission
Cannot be used without permission