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Copyright Challenge Activity

29 Questions  I  By Hmosterd
Copyright Challenge Activity
Step 1: Go to the website www. Copyrightkids. Org and click on the different links to read and learn about copyright.
Step 2: Click on the "Copyright Challenge Quiz".
Step 3: Answer each question on the Copyright Challenge quiz page and SELECT SUBMIT to see if you are correct. Be sure to read the full description for each answer.
Step 4: Once you have found the correct answer (or answers), enter your answer on THIS page.
Step 5: Return to the Copyright Challenge quiz and click on the "Next" button to move to the next question.
Step 6: Repeat steps 3-5 for each question on the quiz.
Hint: *If you are asked to define a word, click on the blue words within the questions on the Coyright Challenge Quiz website to be see the definition of th
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1.  IN YOUR OWN WORDS, define Public Domain:
2.  IN YOUR OWN WORDS, define Term:
3.  If a work is in the "Public Domain", it means: There are TWO correct answers for this question.
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4.  True or False: Each state has its own copyright laws.
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5.  True or False: As long as the operator of a fan web site for a TV show posts a big disclaimer saying that her site has not been approved by the TV show producers and that it is not being operated for commercial gain (meaning, she's not making any money on it), the fan can freely upload to her site any images, scripts, songs or clips from the show that she wants.
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B.
6.  IN YOUR OWN WORDS, define Infringement:
7.  IN YOUR OWN WORDS, define Fair Use:
8.  Which of the following is/are defense(s) to copyright infringement?  In other words, which would be an okay excuse for using something without permission that has been copyrighted.
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9.  What is an example of a copyright notice?
10.  For a work to be protectible under copyright, it must: There are TWO correct answers for this question
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11.  The "Term" of copyright for a work posted on a web site: There are TWO correct answers for this question.
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12.  True or False: You just saw the coolest video clip on the internet. You want to download it and cut it into your own video that you have been working on. You will not use the entire video clip, so it should not be a problem to use the music.
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B.
13.  IN YOUR OWN WORDS, what is a Copyright Owner?
14.  You wrote something and you want to send it to a writing contest. How would you copyright it?
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15.  True or False: If a copyright owner knows that someone is Infringing his copyright, he must take legal action against the infringer or risk losing his copyright.
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16.  Factors in determining whether a use of a copyrighted work is a "Fair Use" include:
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17.  Which of the following items can be copyrighted? There are FOUR correct answers for this question.
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18.  IN YOUR OWN WORDS, define Expression:
19.  Rights of copyright include: There are THREE correct answers for this question.
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20.  True or False: Expression of facts can be copyrighted.
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21.  A kindergarten child's finger painting cannot be copyrighted because:
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22.  True or False: You just read a great story from A Collection of Short Stories of 2000 and you think it would make a great play. You may be able to write a play based on the story to be performed at your local community teen theater, but first you would need to get permission to use the story from the copyright owner.
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23.  If you paint a mural on a classroom wall as an assignment for your art class, who owns the copyright?
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24.  True or False: If you buy the latest book by J.K. Rowling and knew that three of your friends would love it, you could make three copies of the book and sell them each a copy for less than you paid.
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B.
25.  Which of the following statements are correct? One purpose of copyright is to: There are TWO correct answers for this question.
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26.  True or False: A work first published in the United States in 1922 is now in the "Public Domain".
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B.
27.  Which of the following factors does a court look at to determine whether there's been "Infringement"? There are TWO correct answers for this question.
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28.  True or False: If you own a painting, you also own the copyright to the painting and can sell pictures of it.
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29.  "Fair Use" is which of the following?
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