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Computer 6 Internet Safety, Digital Etiquette and Cyber Bullying
Vocabulary words for our Internet Safety and Cyber Bullying units.
Terms in this set (20)
A global network of interconnected computer networks.
Another way of saying the Internet or the World Wide Web. The web is also known as the "information highway"
Bullying that takes place online using e-mail, instant messaging, cell phones, text messages or web sites.
Being mean and cruel to others online.
A person who takes advantage of another person physically or emotionally.
Typing an entire sentence in "all caps"
Typing a message in "all caps" on the Internet is considered rude.
All of the information online about a person either posted by that person or others, intentionally or unintentionally. Whatever is posted online ALWAYS stays online.
A "web log" or shared on-line journal where people can post diary entries about their personal experiences, interests, and/or hobbies.
A name or nickname used to identify oneself in communication on the Internet. A good screen name does not reveal how old you are, where you live or your gender.
A site on the Internet that allows you to chat with other people in real time.
Someone who pretends to be another person. They may use your name and other personal information.
Adding someone to your contacts on a social networking site.
Sending nasty e-mail or posts on the Internet.
The rules for good manners on the Internet.
"Etiquette" means good manners.
"Net" is short for the Internet.
"Net" + "Etiquette" = Netiquette = Good Internet manners.
Personal information about a user that is shared on a social network.
Social Networking Site
An online community were people from all over the world may "meet" and share common interests. Some social networking sites are facebook, myspace, chatrooms and blogs.
A secret word that enables a user to access a computer. Passwords should always be kept secret.
Private and personal information about yourself that you should NEVER post on the Internet. It could include your full name, home address, phone numbers and photo.
Cyber Bullying "Bystander"
Someone who witnesses cyber bullying but does not stop it or tell someone about it.
Insulting arguements between two or more users.
Trouble makers who cruise around the Internet looking to start flame wars.
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