Essential Question: How do companies collect and use data about you?
Consumer - A person who buys products or services to use
Data - Facts and statistics collected together to be used for different purposes
Targeted advertising - When apps or websites use information they have collected about you to show you certain types of advertisements
Cookies - Small text files stored on a computer that keep track of what a person does on a website
Essential Question: How does social media affect our relationships?
Social media - Websites and applications that enable users to create and share content or to participate in social networking
Oversharing - Sharing personal feelings, information, or
experiences that later make the sharer feel uncomfortable or regretful
Red flag feeling - When something happens on digital media that makes you feel uncomfortable, worried, sad, or anxious
Essential Question: What rights to fair use do you have as a creator?
Copyright - Legal protection that creators have over the things they create
Public domain - Creative work that's not copyrighted and free to use without permission
Fair use - The ability to use copyrighted work without permission, but only in certain ways and specific situations