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1.A form of computer memory that allows you to access stored information, such as Web addresses you’ve recently typed into your browser, more quickly.
4.A program that reproduces itself over a network and can use up your computer’s resources and possibly shut your system down.
5.The standard language that computers connected to the World Wide Web use to communicate with each other.
6.Programs that, when installed on your computer, enable unauthorized people to access it and sometimes to send spam from it.
14.To copy or send files or data from one computer to another.
17.An informal network that allows users to share music, games, software, or other files with other users online.
18.a computer file format that reduces the size of graphics by using compression.
19.The informal rules of Internet courtesy, enforced exclusively by other Internet users.
21.Voice Over Internet Protocol
23.Hardware or software that helps keep hackers from using your computer to send out your personal information without your permission; this watches for outside attempts to access your system and block communications to and from sources you don’t permit.
24.Used to distinguish the physical world from the digital, or computer-based, world
25.Short for Web log; a website to which one or more people post their personal observations on particular subjects.
26.the hardware inside your computer that retains memory on a short-term basis and stores information while you work.
27.A means of accessing the Internet at high speed using standard phone lines.
28.End User Licensing Agreement
29.A scam that involves Internet fraudsters who send spam or pop-up messages to lure personal information (credit card numbers, bank account information, Social Security number, passwords, or other sensitive information) from unsuspecting victims.
33.Software that screens information on the Internet, classifies its content, and allows the user to block certain kinds of content.
34.A Web browser feature that allows you to save the addresses of interesting or frequently used websites, so that you can readily revisit them.
35.Uniform Resource Locator
37.A segment of Internet space, denoted by the function or type of information it includes; current ones include “.com” for commercial sites, “.gov” for government ones, and “.org” for non-commercial organizations.
39.A software program that may be installed on your computer without your consent to monitor your use, send pop-up ads, redirect your computer to certain websites, or record keystrokes, which could lead to identity theft.
42.A small text file that a website can place on your computer’s hard drive to collect information about your activities on the site or to allow other capabilities on the site.
44.A program that allows a user to find, view, hear, and interact with material on the Internet.
47.A device that connects two or more networks by finding the best path for forwarding information across the networks.
50.Local Area Network
51.Unsolicited commercial email, often sent in bulk
53.Digital Subscriber Line
2.A type of software that often comes with free downloads. Some ___ displays ads on your computer, while some monitors your computer use (including websites visited) and displays targeted ads based on your use.
3.Hypertext Transfer Protocol
5.A coding language used to create documents on the Internet and control how Web pages appear.
7.Joint Photographic Experts Group
8.a computer program with instructions that enable the computer hardware to work
9.To copy files from one computer to another.
10.Currently (2012), the name of the most popularly used social networking site; the creator's name is Mark Zuckerberg
11.Someone who sends unsolicited commercial email, often in bulk.
12.Internet Protocol
13.A measure of the “speed” of an Internet connection.
15.A measure of computer memory equaling 1,024 megabytes.
16.The operating system that Apple uses on all of its desktops and laptops
18.A computer programming language that enables Web pages to include animations, calculators, scrolling text, sound effects, and games.
20.The scrambling of data into a secret code that can be read only by software set to decode the information.
22.Internet Service Provider
30.Hypertext Markup Language
31.A group of two or more computers that are able to communicate with one another.
32.The mechanical parts of a computer system, including the central processing unit, monitor, keyboard, and mouse, as well as other equipment like printers and speakers.
36.Someone who uses the Internet to access computers without permission.
38.The computer language that allows computer programs to communicate over the Internet.
40.Random Access Memory
41.A program that can sneak onto your computer – often through an email attachment – and then make copies of itself, quickly using up all available memory
43.A company that sells direct access to the Internet.
45.The operating system that PCs use on desktops laptops; this is manufactured by Microsoft
46.The address for a webpage, such as www.ftc.gov.
48.A provider’s legal terms. You, as the “end user,” may be required to “click” to accept before you can download software.
49.World Wide Web
50.A network of connected computers that are generally located near each other, such as in an office or school.

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