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1. The term  Internet backbone  refers to Your Answer: a set of numbers comprising an Internet address.   Correct Answer: the main pathway used by all data traffic on the Internet.     Refer to the section "The Internet's Clients and Servers" in Chapter 3.   2. A _________ is a clip of audio or video content that is broadcast over the Internet using compressed audio files such  as MP3s. Your Answer: Weblog   Correct Answer: podcast     Refer to the section "Podcasts and Webcasts" in Chapter 3.   3. The broadband connection option that makes use of coaxial cable for transmitting data is Your Answer: dial-up.  
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Correct Answer: cable.     Refer to the section "Cable" in Chapter 3.   4. Which of the following is NOT one of the common browsers in use today? Your Answer: Safari   Correct Answer: RealPlayer     Refer to the section "Accessing the Web: Web Browsers" in Chapter 3.   5. A search engine finds new Web sites by using a special type of program to travel along Web links from page to page.  This program is called a(n) Your Answer: hyperlink.   Correct Answer: spider.     Refer to the section "Search Engines" in Chapter 3.  
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6. In terms of Internet content, copyright law assumes that Your Answer: all Internet content is free for anyone to use.   Correct Answer: all original work located on the Internet is to be considered copyrighted.     Refer to the section "Ethics in IT: Ethics: What Can You Borrow from the Internet?" in Chapter 3.   7. Which of the following is the relatively new scam that attempts to trick you into giving away confidential information  through the use of official-looking e-mails and phony Web sites? Your Answer: adware   Correct Answer: phishing     Refer to the section "Phishing and Internet Hoaxes" in Chapter 3.
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