Computer Terms

School:Harmony Elementary
Location:Harmony NC
Comments:These are terms that we use to learn more about Ethics/Cyberethics.

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Computer Terms

  • AUP -- outlines the rules for properly using the computer and the Internet
  • password -- secret identifier used by a person on the computer to help protect their personal information
  • trade secret -- information that a company or person keeps private from anyone elsein hopes that it won't be duplicated
  • ethics -- knowing the difference between right and wrong and doing the right thing
  • intellectual -- property: any type of work created on your own
  • service mark -- symbol, logo, or slogan that identifies an owner each time you see or hear it
  • hacking -- someone tries to get into another person's computer files without permission
  • copyright -- identified by the letter c with a circle around it and used to protect an author's intellectual property
  • royalties -- money paid to the owner of copyrighted material for use of their product
  • infringer -- people who try to use copyrighted material without a license
  • piracy -- stealing intellectual property
  • telecommunicate -- using electronic devices; technology, to talk or send messages to other people
  • cyberethics -- knowing right from wrong while on the computer and Internet
  • public domain -- copyrighted material that the owner has allowed everyone to use freely

Ethics Terms

  • infringer --
  • property --
  • telecommunicate --
  • piracy --
  • trademark --
  • intellectual --
  • license --
  • AUP --
  • cyberethics --
  • hacking --
  • public domain --
  • royalties --
  • password --
  • ethics --
  • copyright --
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