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Vocab Chapter 2
Terms in this set (18)
a licensing protection used by those who create open source software.
The use of a network to move files between computers, often for illegal purposes
citing a Web address that goes beyond the home or entry page.
The right to reproduce a small part of a copyrighted work for educational or other not-for-profit purposes, without having to obtain permission or pay a royalty fee
Copying or otherwise using someone else's creative work and claiming it as your own, usually in an academic or journalistic work, but also more recently in Social media
a word, phrase, or image used to identify something as a product of a particular business
restricting the right of others to copy
Copying a product (often digital) for profit without authorization from the owner
digital rights management (DNR)
the term for technology that prevents unauthorized copying of a digital work.
Software that allows others to use its code without cost
a fee paid to the person who owns the copyright on a creative work when it is used by someone else.
creative works whose copyright restrictions have expired. The term may also be used for open source software.
A term used for software code that has restricted rights of use
end-user license agreement
a contract software purchasers must agree to before using software.
general public license
The standard open-source contract or license
A type of licensing agreement that gives the buyer almost unlimited permission to use a copyrighted image for a one-time fee.
Moral Choices between right and wrong actions.
a legal concept that protects a creative work just as if it were physical property.