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Digital Citizenship - 2A
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Digital Citizenship - 2A
Digital Access (2)
Digital Commerce (2)
Digital Etiquette (2)
Digital Health and Wellness
Digital Literacy (2)
Digital Rights and Responsibilities
Digital Security (2)
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Defined as the electronic responsibility for actions, deeds which is either ethical or unethical. Digital responsibility deals with the ethics of technology. Unethical use manifests itself in form of theft and/or crime.
The fraudulent appropriation and use of someone's identifying on personal data or documents, as a credit card.
Making or distributing unauthorized copies of of software, either for kudos or for profit.
Computer hacking is when someone modifies computer hardware or software in a way that alters the creator's original intent. People who hack computers are known as hackers.
Convincing people to give you personal information that you can use to gain benefits for example a random person asking for your credit card then stealing all your money.
Ad campaign of video piracy started in Sept, 07, 2007. It ended shortly after...
Guideline(s) for Teens
Buy your music, whether by CD or iTunes. Don't use Limewire or Kazaa and other free Mp3 downloading sites.
Never post inappropriate pictures on the Internet.
or download movies illegally.
Only open emails where you who it is coming from.
Don't let out any personal information to strangers on the internet.
Have back-up plans to protect your laptop or computer from viruses/worms
Discussions/Real Examples on Digital Law
Is it Wrong to Share Your Music? (Discussion)
: This is about whether downloading music should be legal, and different opinions about that.
Browser Hijackers Ruining Lives
: This article is about Hijackers doing different illegal things on the internet for example changing browser settings.
Yaha Virus Uses Netizens as Pawns
: This website basically talks about a certain type of internet worm and how hackers and virus writers are becoming a greater threat.
Decoding Computer Intruders
: This website is actually an extract from the New York Times. It talks about the war on hackers and the kind of people that hackers are. It compares the fight against hackers as harder than an actual war fighting for a country or a belief.
Digital Law and Safety Protection
: This website talks about how messenger could be used in corporation to steal information or to send viruses through networks.
'Spoofing' and 'Phishing' and Stealing Identities
: Basically about how hackers get onto other computers and how you can protect yourself against them.
: A woman stood up to the music company but lost the law suit and now has to pay $9,250
Law in a Digital World
A book by Ethan Katsh describing how the law will change as technology changes.
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