file that is included with an e-mail that can be opened by the user
a program that allows a user to display HTML-developed Web pages
a collection of information stored on the local computer of a World Wide Web user; used chiefly by Web sites to identify previous users
what is morally right or wrong when using computers, internet resources, and e-mail
a list of e-mail addresses of friends and co-workers
a law that secures for a limited time to the creators the exclusive right to their works; copyright law protects such things as music, CDs, poetry, novels, books, artwork, movies, newspapers, magazines, photographs, etc.
electronic form of communication
Fair Use Laws
laws regarding the use of copyrighted materials for educational and reporting purposes
saved sites in the user's browser which are used frequently
text, cell or an object that when clicked "jumps to" another location, such as another file location or website
a network of computers connected to each other
materials that have no copyright and can be used without permission
option used to respond to a sender's e-mail.
a database website that allows the user to locate links to specific information given search criteria, such as Google, Yahoo, and Bing
the last step in creating an e-mail correspondence