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Copyright Matching Activity

Intellectual PropertyThe rights incurred for anything that an individual has written or created.
Derivative workA work that is the result of a modification of a copyrighted work.
PlagiarismThe use of someone else's literary work as your own without providing credit to the author.
Stock WorkCopyrighted work that is released for use under a license.
Copyright InfringementA violation of copyright, patent or trademark.
CopyrightThe legal protection granted to the creator of an original work for
PatentThe legal ownership of an idea for a tangible work.
Trademark or Service markThe legal protection for a name, word, phrase, logo or symbol that is used to identify a company’s products or services.
LicenseA legal agreement that dictates the usage rights of a work.
Public DomainWorks that can be used for any purpose without the permission of the copyright owner.
The © symbolA copyright notice is designated by:
The ™ symbolAn unregistered trademark is designated by:
The ® symbolA registered trademark is designated by:
If a work does not have a copyright or trademark symbol on it is not copyrighted.False
Who should you register your work with for legal protection of copyright?The government
Copyright protection occurs:immediately upon the creation of a tangible work
A Copyright is held by an author for how long?Their entire lifetime plus 70 years
If multiple authors hold the copyright for a work, how long does the copyright last?The last person's lifetime plus 70 years.
How long does a patent last?20 years from the date on the patent application.
What is fair use?The limited use of copyrighted materials without permission of the copyright owner.
Where can fair use be utilized?To facilitate teaching, report as news, make critical commentary or create a parody.
What is a parody?A work that is created to mock a copyrighted work through humorous imitation.
What is commentary?The expression of opinions about a work.
What are the four guidelines for determining if a work constitutes fair use (four things)?nature, purpose, effect and amount

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