6. The place where a corporation sells its securities to the public is known as the: (Points : 1) a) secondary marketb) principal marketc) primary marketd) over-the-counter market7. Software that can change a computer's security settings or steal a victim's personal information, such as e-mail addresses is known as: (Points : 1) a) adwareb) freewarec) spywared) stealware8. An agreement in which an employee agrees not to work in similar employment is known as a: (Points : 1) a) trade secretb) restrictive covenantc) service contractd) agreement not to compete9. Instructions hidden in software with the potential to cause significant damage to both hardware and software are known as: (Points : 1) a) computer bacteriab) computer bugc) computer infectiond) computer virus10. In cases where there is the need to determine whether a person or business has violated the copyright of another, courts use the substantial infringement test. (Points : 1) a) True b) False
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