True/False Mark T for True and F for False. If False, rewrite the statement so that it is True.
__T__1. No single person or government agency controls or owns the Internet.
__F__2. The W3C is responsible for maintaining all networks and content on the Internet.
__T__3. Users typically pay additional fees for mobile hot spot and tethering services.
__F__4. A byte is the basic storage unit on a computer or mobile device and represents a single character.
__T__6. Most browsers are available for download at no cost.
__T__7. Mobile apps sometimes have fewer features than a web app.
__F__8. A subject directory classifies webpages in an organized set of categories, such as sports or shopping, and related subcategories.
__T__9. When you post digital content online, it is a good idea to tag it so that it is easy to locate and organize.
__T__10. The term, blogosphere, refers to the worldwide collection of blogs.
__F__11. Streaming is the process of transferring data in a continuous and even flow, which allows users to access and use a file while it is transmitting.
__F__12. Clear or disable web cookies (small text files that web servers store on a computer) in your browser. This action might prevent some cookie-based websites from functioning, but you will be able to decide which cookies to accept or reject.
Match the terms with their definitions.
__F__3. curation website
__H__5. domain name
__B__6. Internet backbone
__J__9. web serve
Problem Solving - Personal
1. Cyberbullying Message
While reviewing the email messages in your email account, you notice one that you interpret as cyberbullying. You do not recognize the sender of the email message, but you still take it seriously. What are your next steps?
Report the message to the authorities. They should be able to find out where the message originated from. Depending on how thorough they were when sending the message.
a. real-time typed conversation that takes place on a computer or mobile device with many other online users
b. term used to refer to the major carriers of network traffic
c. online practice of creating a fake profile to form relationships with unsuspecting users
d. short descriptive label that you assign to digital content so that it is easier to locate at a later time
e. harassment, often involving teens and preteens, using technology
f. website or web app that allows users to collect and compile content from a variety of websites about a particular topic or theme
g. technique that transforms a smartphone or Internet-capable tablet into a portable communications device that shares its Internet access with other computers and devices wirelessly
h. text-based name that corresponds to the IP address of a server that hosts a website
i. collaborative website that allows users to create, add, modify, or delete website content via a browser
j. computer that delivers requested webpages to your computer or mobile device