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Which of the following best describes spam? A. A program that's not compatible with your browser B. Computer viruses C. Electronic junk mail D. A program that will give your computer extra power
D.) Electronic junk mail best describes spam.
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User: Which of the following best describes spam? A. A program that's not compatible with your browser B. Computer viruses C. Electronic junk mail D. A program that will give your computer extra power

Weegy: D.) Electronic junk mail best describes spam.
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User: Which kind of URL suffix would you most likely find attached to a site maintained by the Red Cross? A. .edu B. .com C. .org D. .ca

Weegy: letter C. .org
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EDU is generally educational institutions, COM generally are companies, ORG is generally organizations such as charities and non-proft and CA is Canada.
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Answer is B) the property of your employer.

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