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M15 Exam III Terms and Concepts Study Guide Understand the following terms and be able to explain. computer security, multi-factor authentication,...

M15 Exam III Terms and Concepts Study Guide

 

Understand the following terms and be able to explain.

 

computer security, multi-factor authentication, web 2.0, internet, LAN, world wide web, laws today, logic bomb, VoIP, DNS, DNA, cyber fraud, protection, cybercrime treaty gains momentum, online gaming, internet rights forum, DARPA , virus, BYOD, 802.11ad, information security triad, packet, ransomware, copyright laws, hacked, webjack, cyber villains, cracker, hacktivists, code of ethics, li-fi internet, authentication, encryption, physical security, backup plan, firewall, pretexting, access control, logic bomb, macro virus, broadband connection dos, malware, trojan horse, virus, worm, adware, spyware, software bugs, metcalfe's law, information systems ethics, HIPAA, COPPA, FERPA, NORA

 

How has the United Nations affected the Internet?

 

Know the following sections from From Blown to Bits

Digital Protection, Digital Censorship—and Self-Censorship

How Broadcasting Became Regulated

The Spectrum Nationalized

Goat Glands and the First Amendment  

Privacy as a Right to Control Information

Can We Just Divide the Property Differently?

Digital Protection, Digital Censorship—and Self-Censorship

Like an Annoying Telephone Call?

Laws of Unintended Consequences

Publisher or Distributor?

Beyond Privacy

Technology Change and Lifestyle Change

Web Culture

Why We Lost Our Privacy, or Gave It Away

 

 

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