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  • BBC [r]: British state-owned radio and TV broadcasting organization founded in 1922 under Lord John Reith. [e]
  • Blog [r]: A type of website, usually personal, often organized with posts in reverse chronological order. [e]
  • CAPTCHA [r]: A Turing test employed most frequently in websites to discriminate between humans and computer programs. [e]
  • Cascading Style Sheets [r]: A format designed by the W3C for describing the presentation, layout and other design choices of a document on the Web. [e]
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  • Lonely Planet [r]: a company best-known for publishing travel guidebooks [e]
  • Phishing [r]: Use of online social engineering methods in order to persuade a victim to part with personal details such as online banking logins, in order to perpetrate fraud. [e]
  • Pseudostate [r]: A term put forward by the author and journalist Adam Hochschild to refer to political states or regions where power rests with a government or organisation either outside the country or in some way unaccountable - for example, a local militia. [e]
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  • Web browser [r]: A computer program that retrieves and renders webpages to display information stored on a web server. [e]
  • Wiki [r]: A website that allows anyone (with registration required or not) to edit any page and to add new pages. [e]