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Copyright, Creative Commons, and Public Domain Quiz
Terms in this set (21)
Restrictions can be placed on the use of items in a public domain.
Creative Commons has how many different license agreements to choose from?
I can change a work that is copyright protected and claim the new work as mine according to the U.S. copyright office.
Your photo of an Elvis sighting copyrighted?
Original works of authorship, such as a movie, poem, painting
Inventions and discoveries
Words, phrases, symbols or designs identifying a company or organization
An item in the public domain is not protected by copyright laws.
Creative commons copyright licenses allow you to share your creative work in a way that protects you.
According to the U.S. copyright office, a work created under a false name lasts for how long?
95 years from the first publication or 120 years from its creation, whichever comes first
Creative Commons is a government agency to help manage copyrights.
There is a search tool on the creative commons website for searching all types of sites that utilize creative commons licensing.
If you found a journal of your grandfathers account of his action during The Vietnam War in the attic. Could you register the copyright under your name.
No, he did NOT transfer the copyright to you by any means of documentation.
You just stared a band with your friends. Can you copyright the name of your band?
Which of these sites you may find songs that are licensed under creative commons?
How much does it cost to register a single copyright application?
Check the items protected by a copyright
Which license allows you to copyright your work to share with others and allow them to reproduce it for commercial use, but not edited.
If you were born in 1997 and created a poem in 2005, but you died in 2087, when would the copyright expire?
According to Fair Use Act on the copyright website, how much of a work may be used by a student or instructor for educational purposes?
The U.S. Copyright office recommends contacting the original creator or holder of the copyright of the work to gain permission to use any work created by another person, even for work under fair use.