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_______ is the use of unlicensed computer software programs.
a) Copyright Infringement b) Counterfeit c) Obscene Literature d) Software Piracy
If Melissa can design 4 brochures a day, how many days will it take her to design 92 brochures?
a) 20 b) 21 c) 22 d) 23
A customer brings a job to you that includes a copyright. What is the first thing you should do?
a) Read the copyright b) Verify permission c) Copy the document d) Check the date of copyright
_________ is an exceptions to the law that allow duplication of copyrighted materials without written permission or copyright infringement.
a) Copyright Infringement b) Counterfeit c) Fair Use d) Made for Hire
_______ is to imitate or copy closely with the intent to deceive.
a) Copyright Infringement b) Counterfeit c) Fair Use d) Made for Hire
The fair use provisions in US copyright law allow a student to:
a) copy MP3 files b) copy materials for research c) copy anything they want d) copy Internet graphics
________ is an exclusive legal right to reproduce, publish, and sell original works of authorship existing in print or another tangible form of expression.
a) copyright b) counterfeit c) fair use d) made for hire
All of these can be copyrighted except _____________.
a) musical works b) pantomimes c) rulers d) sound recordings
There is no such thing as ________________ copyright laws.
a) business trade secrets b) international c) software d) united states
All of these can be copyrighted except _____________.
a) sound recordings b) calendars c) audiovisual works d) pantomimes
Pieces that are copyrightable include _____________.
a) musical works b) pictorial, graphic, and sculptural works c) literary works d) all of the above
A copyright on a work created on or after January 1, 1978, is in effect _____________.
a) for the lifetime of the designer, creator, or author. b) for 25 years c) for 50 years d) for the lifetime of the designer, creator, or author plus 50 years.
_____________is the unauthorized use of copyrighted work.
a) copyright infringement b) counterfeiting c) obscene literature d) software piracy
A(n) _____________is an organization formed to advance its members’ interests concerning wages, benefits, and working conditions.
a) Closed shop b) Labor Union c) Open shop d) Trade Association
_____________violations come under the jurisdiction of the Department of the Treasury.
a) copyright infringement b) counterfeiting c) obscene literature d) software piracy
A firm that hires only union members is called a(n) ________ shop.
a) closed b) fair use c) open d) restricted
A work _____________is defined by the law as 'a work created by an employee or a work that has been specially ordered or commissioned, in writing, as a contribution to a collective work'
a) copyrighted b) counterfeited c) fair use d) made for hire
A thorough understanding of the _____________ under which work is being contracted protects both the printer and the customer.
a) Building Trade Customs b) Business Trade Customs c) Graphic Communication Trade Customs d) Printing Trade Customs
______ material considered offensive to morality or virtue.
a) Copyright Infringement b) Counterfeiting c) Obscene Literature d) Software Piracy
There are 100 boxes in a carton. Twenty-five boxes are what percent of the boxes in the carton?
a) 25% b) 50% c) 75% d) 100%
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