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Computer Technology, Ms Madison, final exam

Selected terms pertaining to Digital Citizenship
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Digital Citizenship
A safe, responsible, and ethical approach to functioning in the digital world.
Anonymous
Without a name or other information that identifies who you are.
Sexting
Sending or receiving sexually explicit photos or videos by text message or other digital technologies.
Online Predator
A commonly used term for someone who uses the internet to develop inappropriate relationships with children or teens.
Offender
A person who intentionally commits acts to hurt or damage someone.
Bystander
A person who passively stands by and observes without getting involved.
Upstander
A person who supports and stands up for someone else.
Digital Footprint
All of the information about a person that can be found online as a result of their online activities.
Tag
To add a descriptive word, label, or phrase to a photo or video.
Digital Photo Manipulation
Using digital technology to change the content or appearance of a photo.
Deceive
To mislead someone into believing something that is not true.
Retouching
To improve a photo by adding or changing small details.
Digital technology
Devices such as computers, cell phones, iPads, tablets, etc.
Identity
Essential aspect of who we are, consisting of our sense of self, gender, race, ethnicity, and religion.
Socialize
To spend time talking with and getting to know other people.
Perceive (perception)
To understand, know, and become aware of. A perception can be how someone else views you, the impression you make upon them.
Boundary
Unofficial rules about what should and should not be done; limits that define acceptable behavior.
Cyberspace
Term originated by author William Gibson in his novel Neuromancer. The word Cyberspace is currently used to describe the whole range of information resources available through computer networks.
Publish
To print or put online for people to read.
Cyberbully
When someone is tormented, threatened, harassed, humiliated, embarrassed or otherwise targeted by another teen or person using the Internet, interactive and digital technologies, or mobile phones.
Perpetrator
A person who commits a crime.
Accomplice
A person who takes part in a crime.
Embarrass
To make someone feel confused or foolish in front of other people or in public.
Harass
To annoy or bother someone in a constant or repeated way.
Inappropriate
Not appropriate or suitable.
Sexual
Relating to or associated with sex.
Image
A picture that is produced by an artist or camera or the idea or impression that people have about someone or something.
Depression
A state of feeling sad. A medical depression can cause a person to feel sad, hopeless and unimportant and make it difficult to go about the activities of daily living.
Peer Pressure
A feeling that you should do something because that is what your friends want you to do.
Illegal
Something that is against the law.
Copyright
A form of legal protection given to the creators of original works of authorship; including literary, dramatic and musical works.
Plagiarize
To use the words or ideas of another person as if they were your own words or ideas.
Piracy
Stealing copyrighted work (including software and music) by downloading or copying it in order to keep, sell, or give it away without permission and without paying.
Download
To transfer a file from the Internet or other computer to your own computer or digital device.
Subject
A brief description of memo or email content.
Attachment
A document attached to an e-mail message and sent in its original file format.
Urgent
Needing or demanding immediate action or attention.
Project
To display outwardly to the public. "She projected an image of self-confidence as she approached the podium for her speech."
Avatar
A small image created to represent a user in a computer game or online.