By: Payton Poole
Copyright: The owner of the document has control of what can be done with their intellectual property.
Fair Use: Exceptions and limitations to copyright law that allow the public to use portions of copyrighted material.
Hacking: Getting on to someones computer or any device without permission.
Intellectual Property: Work protected by copyright law.
Piracy: Something people use when a song, movie, or video are burned or copied.
Plagiarism: Taking someones work and saying its yours
Public Domain: something that is not protected by copyright law that can be used by the public without permision.