Which law ensures that organisations look after your personal data?
How many principles are in the Data Protection Act?
If someone hacks into your email, which law have they broken?
Which law are you breaking if you download a pirated movie?
When was the Computer Misuse Act legislated?
When was The Copyright, Designs and Patents Act legislated?
When was the Data Protection Act legislated?
Which of the following is NOT covered by The Computer Misuse Act?
Which law covers the copying or use of other people’s work?
Which law makes it an offence to access or modify computer material without permission?
A newspaper is trying to find out who a movie star had an affair with - can they use the Freedom of Information act?
Are you allowed to use an image categorized as Creative Commons, on a personal website or blog?
Can you file a Freedom of Information request to find out how much an MP has claimed for expenses?
Once you've purchased a license for some software, are you allowed to distribute it as you wish?
A student hacks into his University computer system - he only accesses his own data, does no damage, but changes his assessment grades. Can he be prosecuted under the Computer Misuse Act?
A person decides to leave an online streaming service. They still receive emails from them 6 months later. Under the Data Protection Act, the person can ask the company to remove them from their database
What does a Creative Commons licence allow you to do?
How can a company stop rivals from stealing their ideas and producing similar products?
A student boots his computer up and notices that some of his files are missing and believes a hacker may have taken them. Which offence of the Computer Misuse Act has been breached?
What does 'Proprietary Software' mean in relation to the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act?