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Software for phones and tablets usually with one particular purpose.
The control (usually by a government or organisation) of what information other people can access.
The use of the Internet to store files and provide software. Also known as the cloud.
Computer Misuse Act
Legislation which is designed to protect users from attacks or theft of information. Offences under the act include Hacking, unauthorised access to a computer system or spreading malicious or damaging software (e.g. viruses)
A legal right that prevents others from copying or modifying your work without permission.
Copyright, Designs and Patents Act
Legislation which gives the creators of software (or other things such as paintings, books or music) the right to control the ways in which their material may be used.
Creative Commons Licence
Permits sharing of a creative work as long as certain requests from the original creator are upheld.
An issue which affects a particular religious, ethnic, national or other group.
Using social media to deliberately harm someone else.
Data Protection Act
Legislation which controls how an individual's personal information may be used or kept by the organisations, businesses or government bodies which process it.
Designs and Patents Act
Part of the Copyright Legislation which protects the planning stages and unique properties of creative items from being copied without the consent of their creator.
The inequality created by the fact that some people have greater access to technology than others.
An issue relating to how we impact the natural world.
Something which raises questions of right and wrong.
Discarded computer material.
Copying files between devices on a network.
Freedom of Information Act
Legislation which provides public access to information held by public authorities.
The digital divide between different countries.
A person who tries to illegally access or attack a computer network or device.
An original piece of work (or an idea) that someone has created and belongs to them.
The ultimate/biggest/best WAN in the world, based around the TCP/IP protocol.
An issue relating to what's right and wrong in the eyes of the law.
A licence that protects new inventions, ideas and concepts.
Used to refer to the factors, techniques and technologies to protect sensitive or personal information on the internet.
Describes content which has no copyright attached to it.
A health problem caused by doing repeated movements over a long period of time.
repetitive strain injury
A device which provides services for other devices (clients), e.g. file storage/web pages/printer access.
Where people make money from things they already own.
Web applications which allow people to communicate and share content with others online.
A legal agreement that states how software can be used and distributed.
Somebody who has an interest in or is affected by the decisions of an organisation.
The act of monitoring what people are accessing on the Internet.
The act of trying to provoke public arguments online.
Content on the Internet which has spread rapidly via social media.
A software-based server.
Legislation which governs how electric and electronic items should be disposed of or recycled
Waste Electric and Electronic Equipment directive