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6. The place where a corporation sells its securities to the

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6. The place where a corporation sells its securities to the public is known as the: (Points : 1)
a) secondary market
b) principal market
c) primary market
d) over-the-counter market


7. 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) adware
b) freeware
c) spyware
d) stealware


8. An agreement in which an employee agrees not to work in similar employment is known as a: (Points : 1)
a) trade secret
b) restrictive covenant
c) service contract
d) agreement not to compete


9. Instructions hidden in software with the potential to cause significant damage to both hardware and software are known as: (Points : 1)
a) computer bacteria
b) computer bug
c) computer infection
d) computer virus


10. 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

6. The place where a corporation sells its securities to the public is known as the: (Points : 1)
a) secondary market
b) principal market
c) primary market
d) over-the-counter market


7. 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) adware
b) freeware
c) spyware
d) stealware


8. An agreement in which an employee agrees not to work in similar employment is known as a: (Points : 1)
a) trade secret
b) restrictive covenant
c) service contract
d) agreement not to compete


9. Instructions hidden in software with the potential to cause significant damage to both hardware and software are known as: (Points : 1)
a) computer bacteria
b) computer bug
c) computer infection
d) computer virus


10. 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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