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harassment


Unsolicited words or actions intended to annoy, alarm, or abuse another individual. Often based on a protected status (e.g., sex, race, disability, or sexual orientation).
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acceptable use policy


A policy that schools and other organizations create to define the responsibilities and appropriate behaviors of computer and network users.
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android


Operating system created by Google. Android powers smartphones and tablets.
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anonymizer


An intermediary website that hides or disguises the IP address associated with the Internet user. Generally, these sites allow a person to engage in various Internet activities without leaving an easily traceable digital footprint.
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app


Abbreviation for “application,” it is a piece of software, primarily referring to those used on smartphones, tablets, and other touch-based devices.
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ask.fm


A website where users can ask and answer others’ questions with the option of doing so anonymously.
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bash board


An online bulletin board on which individuals can post anything they want. Often, posts are malicious and hateful statements directed against another person.
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blocking


The denial of access to particular parts of the Internet. Usually a message will be shown on screen to say that access has been denied. For example, Facebook users can block other users from sending them messages or seeing their posts.
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