What are fair use and copyright laws? Fair use is an essential aspect of American copyright law. The law allows the use of portions of copyrighted work without permission from the owner. Fair use is a response to copyright infringement, which makes unauthorized use of copyrighted material acceptable if it comes under the heading of fair use. This quiz will reveal your understanding of fair use and copyright law.
Work belonging to the public as a whole.
Work that people know about.
Work that is in public.
There is no money value.
Original, creative to a minimal degree, and in a fixed or tangible form of expression.
Something that is deemed useful by the public.
All of the above.
Control over their works
Gratitude that their work was used
Both A and B
Both B and C
None of the above.
Only if the item is an only choice.
As long as the item is used for educational purposes.
As long as it is spontaneous
All of the above
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