intellectual property rights and
James Kenneth Masong
Kryztal Joyce Compuesto
Faye Louisse Ybanez
Mrs. Edlyn Bueno
February 26, 2013
Table of Contents
I. Content Introduction3
II. Definition of Terms4- 5
III. Origin of Terms6-7
IV. Harmful Effects8-9
V. Laws And Rules Made10- 12
VI. True to Life Accounts13-14
VII. Conclusion / Generalization15
I. Content Introduction
The Internet (International Network) is undoubtedly, without a doubt, the greatest invention and achievement of mankind. We have made various breakthroughs but the Internet cannot be compared to those. The Internet has really come a long way. We might say that the Internet today is conventional, but before it was really not-so-conventional at all.
The Internet Before. With the development of computers, the History of the Internet began. The Internet began as ARPANET in the 1960’s under the aegis of Advanced Research Project Agency in the U.S. Department of Defense. The net was designed to create alternative communication pathways because telephone lines were undependable by that time. Since the mid 1990’s, the Internet has had a revolutionary impact on culture and commerce.
The Internet Today. The 21st century races for ever more bandwidth to satisfy the multi-media appetite spurred development of broadband technology, including high capacity cable, fiber optics and wireless services. The Internet access today is more easily available than ever before. Such a convenience makes the Internet an attractive tool for remote learning and because of this, people have put up websites or web pages that may give information to its visitors.
Many people are posting online, regarding various things that is entertaining and may help others, and to counter people who take the credit of others’ work, the government today has enacted a legal concept called Copyright ©.
Another problem in today’s Internet is the spread of virus and to be more specific, it is termed as computer virus. Computer viruses spread through downloads on the Internet. They can be disguised as attachments, too. To help avoid computer viruses, it is essential to keep your computer current with the latest antivirus tools.
Today’s society is in the middle of a technological boom. The Internet makes it easy to publish information hence, it presents some legal issues. People can either choose to take advantage of this era, or simply let it pass them by.
II. Definition of Terms
Internet – a network of networks and is an electronic communications network that connects computer networks and organizational computer facilities around the world.
Computer Virus – a computer program that can replicate itself .A computer virus might corrupt or delete data on your computer, use your email program to spread itself to other computers, or even erase everything on your hard disk.
Copyright – a legal term describing rights given to creators for their literary and artistic works.
Spam - Spam is flooding the Internet with many copies of the same message, in an attempt to force the message on people who would not otherwise choose to receive it.
Computer Worm – A Computer Worm is a standalone malware computer program that replicates itself in order to spread to other computers. Unlike a computer virus, it does not need to attach itself to an existing program. It also acts like a worm and digs past your security.
Hoax – A hoax is a deliberately fabricated falsehood to masquerade the truth.
Trojan horse – A Trojan horse, or Trojan, is a non-self-replicating type of malware which appears to perform a desirable function but instead facilitates unauthorized access to the user's computer system. Trojan horses may harm their host computer system or may steal information from them.
Blended Threats – Blended...