Copyright Basics Question Preview (ID: 43085)

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Fair Use is the ability to use a creator's work without permission or a license for all of the following except
a) Profit
b) Teaching or education
c) Parody
d) News reporting

Physical ownership allows you to
a) View or listen to a work
b) Copy a work
c) Perform a work (song or play)
d) Place a work in Public Domain

Physical ownership includes
a) All of these
b) Renting a movie on Netflix
c) Downloading a song from iTunes
d) Buying artwork at an exhibit

True or False: Copyright includes the rights to copy, distribute, perform, display, or create a derivative work
a) True
b) False

True or False: A creator or copyright holder can grant someone else permission to use their work with a license
a) True
b) False

Intellectual Property includes all of the following except
a) data
b) books
c) songs
d) artwork

An original creative work may be called
a) Intellectual property
b) Permission
c) Fair Use
d) Distribution

A creator's rights to a work are called
a) Copyright
b) Citation
c) Fair Use
d) Public Domain

True or False: Copyright is granted when a work is in a fixed or copy-able format (ex: written on paper or recorded on video)
a) True
b) False

An attribution or citation allows you to
a) Use part of a work in a school paper or project
b) Sell another's work
c) Perform another's song or play
d) Place a work in Public Domain

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