Special software program required to navigate the WWW that allows you to access information on the Internet.
Protection giving the owner the exclusive right to reproduce or distribute copies of his or her own work.
A method used to transfer files and data from one computer to another on the Internet.
Software that is given away free of charge, but where the author still retains all rights.
Refers to the embedded directions (tags) within regular text to create web pages.
The communication instructions used to connect the WWW sites across the Internet.
A global network connecting millions of computers.
A group of two or more computer systems linked together.
Software that is not copyrighted and is free to copy and distribute.
Copyrighted software distributed free of charge on a trial basis with payment by the honor system.
A web site's address on the Internet.
A collection of web pages linked to a common home page created for the Internet.
Hypermedia system that lets you browse through related documents on the Internet through the use of hypertext links.
Short for Post Office Protocol
Short for Serial Line Internet Protocol, a method of connecting to the Internet.
Short for Simple Mail Transfer Protocol, a protocol for sending e-mail messages between servers.