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Which of the following is NOT a social implication of the Internet?
a) heavy Internet users suffer from Internet addiction and show signs of depression and isolation
b) the lack of gatekeepers can overload the system with unwanted or trivial messages
c) the Internet supplements the surveillance function of traditional mass media
d) Internet users can experience information overload
a) heavy Internet users suffer from Internet addiction and show signs of depression and isolation
The development of the modem allowed the computer's communication function to expand. (T/F)
TRUE
______________ are a type of software that enables individuals to search for content on the WWW.
-Browsers
-Web pages
-ARPANET links
-Supercomputers
BROWSERS
With _______ technology, information can be carried at many times the speed of a 56k dialup modem.
-broadband
-multiplexing
-broadwidth
-broadpipe
BROADBAND
If the internet has no gatekeepers...
IT HAS NO CENSORSHIP
Hypertext allows Internet users to link one electronic document to another. (T/F)
TRUE
The electronic address of an online item is its:
-TSPI
-domain
-MUD
-URL
URL
Online Service Providers offer their subscribers:
-exclusive information
-access to the Internet
-special features such as spam controls and chat
-all of the above
ALL OF THE ABOVE
E-mail is the most widely-used Internet resource because it is fast, reliable, extremely private, and free. (T/F)
FALSE (not private)
The world wide web is synonymous with the Internet. (T/F)
FALSE