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CD-ROM Compact Disc used for storing data.

CHAT Chatting with someone is the act of talking to them over the Internet, whether this is one-to-one or many-to-many.

CHANNELS Channels refer to websites or other technologies that facilitate the transfer of information. In IRC, for example, channels are virtual rooms or chambers where people communicate with each other.

CLIENT A program which connects to and interacts with another computer resource (called a server program) or the computer which runs this program. On the Internet this includes browsers and other programs which interact with Internet resources, such as a website or Gopher site.

COOKIE Data that a web server gives to a browser the first time the user visits the site. This is then updated with each return visit. The server saves the information the cookie contains about the user. The user's browser does the same-as a text file stored in the Netscape or Explorer system folder. Cookies store information such as username and password and what parts of the site were visited. This information can be updated with each visit.

COMPRESSION Making a file smaller so that it takes up less storage space or becomes easier to use CU-SeeMe Cu-SeeMe is a cheap product for Internet videoconferencing. Each user installs the CU-SeeMe software, allowing them to have person-to-person of group discussions. Users with a small-attached video camera (optional) can transmit their picture to other uses in a conference.

 
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