Fair use/Case law/Quiz

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Japan decisively defeats the Philippines in three sets in the quarter finals of the Asian Women's U23 Volleyball Championship. Credit: Jan Ballesteros, CNN Philippines.{{fairuse}}

Fair use case law is a lecture focused on case law applicable to fair use of copyrighted material such as published articles or images.

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Quiz[edit]







  

1

Yes or No, Law is an "authority" to mediate people's interests.

No
Yes

2

True or False, Attribution or credit means to let everyone know where a piece of knowledge is from.

TRUE
FALSE

3

Yes or No, A rationale for the fair use of an image, for example, is not mentioned in Section 107 of US copyright law because this section is not part of the law to benefit copyright holders, when the image is used for education, teaching, research, or parody.

No
Yes

4

Which of the following is associated with attribution?

explicitness
oral history
formalness
acknowledgment
ownership
authorship

5

Yes or No, An exemption to copyright means its there to benefit copyright holders.

No
Yes

6

True or False, Copyright is a matter of permission.

TRUE
FALSE

7

Yes or No, When you contribute text, you agree to be attributed in a manner as through hyperlink (where possible) or URL to an alternative, stable online copy that is freely accessible, which conforms with the license, and which provides credit to the authors in a manner equivalent to the credit given on the Project website.

No
Yes

8

Yes or No, No source for an image, for example, is mentioned in Section 107 of US copyright law because this section is not part of the law to benefit copyright holders.

No
Yes

9

Which of the following is associated with intellectual property?

intellectualness
any product
someone
oral history
value
commercialness

10

Yes or No, In a written text, one kind of attribution is a citation?

No
Yes

11

Yes or No, You use your cell phone camera to capture an image of a public domain object, like a sidewalk locally. Do you own the copyright to the sidewalk?

No
Yes

12

Yes or No, You use your cell phone camera to capture an image of a public domain object, like a sidewalk locally. Do you own the copyright to the image?

No
Yes

13

Yes or No, When you contribute text, you agree to be attributed in a manner as through a list of all authors (but please note that any list of authors may be filtered to exclude very small or irrelevant contributions).

No
Yes

14

Yes or No, No case against fair use of an image on a dot org or dot edu has ever been won in a USA federal court.

No
Yes


Hypotheses[edit]

  1. A claim of copyright infringement or copyright violation for a fair use of text, cited or unattributed but attributable, on a dot org or dot edu may libelous.

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