In this module, you were introduced to the following terms:
- Copyright: Exclusive legal right that protects any original expression created that is fixed in a tangible form.
- Fair use: Rule of copyright law that deems these uses of another\'s work as fair public interests, criticism, reviews, education that advance public interests; scholarship, quoting scholarly or technical works.
- Expressed license: A posted Web site statement that announces how user information will be used.
- Trademark: Any distinctive name, short phrase, logo, or graphic design that distinguishes goods made by the owner of the mark.
- Service mark: A mark (SM) that identifies and distinguishes the source of a service rather than a product.
In the next module, the various types of e-business and the infrastructure needed to implement an e-business Web site will be discussed.