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To combat piracy, some software now has a license number that must be used to install the program correctly.
a) True b) False c) d)
Prepared material that can be used legally without paying a fee to the artist, publishing company, etc.
a) Freeware b) Copy protected c) Royalty-free d) Shareware
An intellectual work must have a copyright symbol in order to be covered.
a) True b) False c) d)
You want to use part of a song in a multimedia presentation you are creating for your history class. Which of the following guidelines will you need to know?
a) Censorship b) Trademark c) Privacy d) Fair Use
A dinner between two business executives results in a new company logo being sketched on a napkin. The image can be covered by the copyright law.
a) True b) False c) d)
Software distributed on the basis of an honor system; typically is delivered free of charge but author requests a small fee if you like the program and use it regularly.
a) Freeware b) Royalty-free c) Public domain d) Shareware
You download a photo from the Internet and make a T-shirt. Your friends love the T-shirt, you make more, and sell them at a profit. This is copyright infringement.
a) True b) False c) d)
What are the educational fair-use limitations on using music, lyrics, and music video in a multimedia presentation?
a) up to 10 percent, but in no event more than 30 seconds b) no more than 5 seconds. c) there are no restrictions on using music, lyrics, and music video in multimedia presentations d) up to 15 seconds
A class produces a video yearbook sold to raise money. They use popular music clips, and the songs are fully listed in the credits. This is covered under fair use.
a) True b) False c) d)
You create a graphic design at work and decide to take it with you when you change jobs. However, your boss informs you that you cannot. Why?
a) you didn’t register it with the copyright office b) your boss is being overbearing c) it is a derivative work d) falls under “works made for hire”
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