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An online journal or diary you create to share your thoughts, opinions and personal news is referred to as a/an A. blog. B. newsgroup. C. chat room. D. e-mail list.
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An online journal or diary you create to share your thoughts, opinions and personal news is referred to as a blog.

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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
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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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When you're at work, your company e-mail is considered A. an unofficial benefit. B. the property of your employer. C. secure and private for your correspondence. D. an informal way to do business.
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Answer is B) the property of your employer.

In the United States and some other countries lacking secrecy of correspondence laws, email exchanges sent over company computers are considered company property and are thus accessible by management.

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