Using pictures or photographs copied from the Internet without citing the source
Copying entire paragraphs from an online article and pasting them into a research paper
Using parts of someone else's writing without inserting quotes around the copied portions.
All of the above
The reproduction, distribution and use of software without permission.
The downloading of software through the Internet that you've paid for.
Burning a copy of a piece of software you've purchased from Best Buy.
The software you get when you go to a bad site.
Conduct while online that is appropriate and courteous to other Internet users
The set of informal rules of behavior that have evolved in Cyberspace, including thre Internet and online services.
A pun on
All of the above
Download the file and use it.
Download the file, use it, and cite the source.
Write the author for permission to use the file, and only use it with permission.
Find the same audio file on another site, and then use that one.
When you use something from the Internet and give credit to the creator.
Downloading or copying content and saying it's your own.
Using less than 10% of the content you found,
Linking to the content without the owners knowledge.
Yes. I paid for the movie on iTunes. It's mine.
No. I can get in trouble for distributing copyrighted material like movies and music.
Yes. As long as my friend does not give it to anyone else, I'm OK.
I use 15 seconds of video and all of her song.
I use up to 3 minutes of the video and only 30 seconds of the song.
I can use all of it....I bought it so I can use it.
There is no copyright on video and music
A big fine.
Both A and B
None. People don't get prosecuted for copyright violation.