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You can find it at a public library.
You can get it for free online.
You can copy it without getting permission from anyone.
The term of copyright in the work has run out.
"I didn't know the work was copyrighted."
"I'm giving the copyright owner free publicity."
Be fixed in a tangible form of expression.
Be of professional quality.
Include a copyright notice.
Does not exist because the internet is part of the Public Domain so it is not protected by copyright.
Is the same as the Term would be if the work was originally Published in print or any other Medium.
Lasts for the life of the author plus 70 years.
Depends upon whether a Copyright Notice is included on the web page on which the work appears.
It already is protected by the copyright law once you have written it down.
It isn't protected by the copyright law until you register it with the U.S. Copyright Office.
It isn't protected by the copyright law until you put a copyright notice at the bottom of the story.
It is never protected by the copyright law, because once you write it down, it becomes public domain.
Amount of the work used.
Effect on the commercial market for the work used.
Purpose of the use.
All of the above.
An original poem posted on an online message board
Postings in a chatroom
A banner ad
The title of a song
The right to reproduce one's work.
The right to display one's work.
The right to distribute copies of one's work.
The right to stop Fair Uses of one's work.
The right to stop people from reselling copyrighted works after they bought them.
A child in kindergarten is just a little kid.
Anybody can finger paint.
It is not true; a kindergarten child's finger painting can be copyrighted.
A child in kindergarten does not care whether his work is copyrighted.
The school because it owns the wall.
Your parents because you are too young to own a copyright.
Your art teacher because she assigned the art project.
You do because you are the "author" of the work.
Give creators an incentive to create.
Promote the progress of the arts, culture, and literature.
Enable copyright owners to stop all unauthorized uses of their works.
Enable copyright owners to silence their critics.
Whether the copy is identical to the original work
Whether the copy is "substantially similar" to the original work
Whether there is evidence that the alleged copier actually did copy the work
Whether the person accused of infringing made any money from the copy made of the work
The right to copy entire copyrighted works without Permission so long as it's for solely personal use
A defense against copyright Infringement
The right for schools and teachers to use any copyrighted works without permission
The right to download anything copyrightable from the internet