Computer Science Ch15 Key Words Definitions
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A system of moral principles, often shown by doing things that society recognises as being good or by acting in ways that individuals and societies believe reflects good values.
Abiding by the laws and rules of a particular country or jurisdiction.
The unauthorised access to a computer system and the data it contains.
Gaining unauthorised access to computer systems, often on a network, by bypassing internet security systems with the intent of committing a crime or with malicious intent.
The ability to act on their own without human input.
Regulations of Investigatory Powers Act 2000
This is a law that regulates the behaviour of officers who are investigating crime; it covers surveillance, listening to phone calls, obtaining information from internet service providers, mobile phone providers etc.
Includes clothing or electronic devices that can be carried or attached to the body.
The legal right of the person who created a work to use that work exclusively or to grant permission to others to use it.
A permission granted by a government to a person for a set period of time to stop other people from making use of their inventions without their permission.
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