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Why is the Creative Commons by license perfect for designers?
a) It allows you to do anything you want with the image. b) It allows you to copy, change, and distribute the image for commercial as well as noncommercial uses, with a few conditions. c) It allows you to do anything you want with the image, but only if you get permission from the copyright owner. d) It allows you to copy, change, and distribute the image for commercial as well as noncommercial uses, with no conditions.
What makes the doctrine of fair use a complex exception to copyright rules?
a) The fair use passage of copyright law is very long and full of legal language that's difficult for non-lawyers to understan b) Fair use is difficult to determine; there are no hard and fast rules. c) All laws are complex and difficult. d) Every exception to copyright rules is complex, not just fair use.
Which of the following scenarios is a good candidate for fair use?
a) Without permission, a newspaper owner tells an employee to use a copyrighted image in an advertisement. b) Without permission, a newspaper editor publishes a copyrighted image of a celebrity, by itself, with no news sto attached, be c) Without permission, a newspaper reporter posts a copyrighted image of a celebrity on the newspaper's Facebook with no news st d) Without permission, a newspaper reporter uses a copyrighted image in a relevant way in a news story.
Is the following scenario a good candidate for fair use?
a) Without permission, a professor uses a copyrighted image in a relevant way in a research report. b) Without permission, a professor posts a copyrighted image on a personal blog. c) Without permission, a professor uses a copyrighted image in a client project. d) Without permission, a professor lets a student assistant use the image in a client project.
Which Creative Commons license is best for images used in your client projects?
a) The YB license b) The BY license c) The AB license d) The PD license
What could happen if you use a copyrighted image in a client project?
a) Nothing; it's perfectly legal. b) Your client could get in legal trouble, but not you. c) You and your client could get in legal trouble d) Nothing, because the copyright owner will never know
What does the doctrine of fair use mean?
a) You can use a copyrighted work without permission only if it's fair to everyone. b) You can use a copyrighted work without permission only at state and county fairs. c) It's hard to say because it's so complicated d) Under certain limited conditions, you may use a copyrighted work without permission from the copyright owner.
What are two legal altemate sources for finding images online?
a) Royalty-free image banks and Creative Commons licenses b) The Library of Congress and your photographer friends c) Wikipedia and the Library of Congress d) Wikipedia and royalty-free image banks
Where in Adobe Bridge can you read an embedded copyright?
a) Preview panel b) Metadata panel c) Folders panell d) Keywords panel
What does public domain mean?
a) The copyrighted work is housed in a public place. b) You have to get permission from a public agency to use the copyrighted work. c) The copyright has expired or been relinquished; you can use it freely and without permission. d) You can only use the work for a free public event.
What three elements are usually in a copyright notice?
a) Copyright mark, title of work, and name of copyright owner b) Copyright mark, copyright expiration date, and name of copyright owner c) Copyright mark, year of publication, and copyright expiration date d) Copyright mark, year of publication, and name of copyright owner
Why does copyright protect creators even if the work isn't published?
a) The work could still be discovered and used without consent by or compensation to the copyright owner. b) Having a copyright helps creators get their work published. c) The creator knows it's copyrighted, and that's all that matters. d) A copyright makes the work more valuable
What is a formal term for a work made by manipulating another work, such as an image?
a) Manipulative works b) Collage c) Creative work d) Derivative work
Why is it best not to use images found in standard online searches, regardless of copyright status?
a) It's OK okay to use images found online; my friends and I do it all the time. b) The images could contain a virus that can infect your computer. c) Most images found online are probably copyrighted, and it is illegal to use copyrighted images without the owners permission. d) Images found online are usually of poor quality.
What is intellectual property?
a) Work commissioned by an employer or a contractor, aka work for hire b) Property owned by a professor or other intellectual person? c) Property created by a professor or other intellectual person? d) Academic and other intellectual writings
What protection do authors and artists get from copyright rules?
a) They are protected from bad reviews of their work. b) They are protected from people who don't like them. c) They are protected by bodyguards. d) They are ensured proper credit and compensation for use of their original works.
How long does copyright usually last?
a) Forever b) The lifetime of the creator plus 70 years c) 7 years d) 70 years
What is the correct definition of copyright?
a) A copy of a document b) A copy of an image and the document c) A copyright is the legal term that gives the creator of an original work exclusive rights to it. d) The exclusive right to design and deliver a presentation
Who is protected by copyright rules?
a) Authors, artists, and other creators b) Music companies c) Designers who use copyrighted images d) Designers' clients
What is your best option if you are ever in doubt about your rights to use a particular image?
a) Use the image after making a good-faith effort to get permission. b) Use the image without permission and ask permission after using it c) Ask permission or don't use the image. d) Delete the embedded copyright information, save the image, and then use it.
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