Page: [ 1 ] 2 3While computers have brought desirable changes to the way we live, work, study, and communicate, one malicious or mischievous person can wreak havoc chaos (confusion) or damage on our relatively newfound efficiency and, intentionally or not, jeopardize Put in danger the health and safety of thousands of people. One such juvenile computer hacker, who apparently thought he was very clever, incurred the wrath anger of the Justice Department and gained the opprobrium criticism and shame of an entire community.
The table below contains vocabulary used in the article on page 2. They appear in alphabetical order. See if you know the meaning of each word. Write the number of the correct definition in the textfield.
to access 1. to accuse of wrongdoing to activate 2. to give someone (usually secret) information to allege 3. to damage or limit in some way to alter 4. to change something to disseminate 5. deliberately to divulge 6. to make operational to forfeit 7. payment for damage to impair 8. occurring over a regular time period intentionally 9. to send out or spread information modem 10. to have to give something up or have it taken away outage 11. advanced and complicated periodically 12. to gain entry to computer information remote 13. electrical device that allows information to be sent via phone lines restitution 14. loss of connection to power supply sophisticated 15. far from Next