Module 2 Fair Use, and Other Exemptions (Allowances) For Using Materials Protected by Copyright Without Permission

Quiz

1) All factors have to be on the favorable side to reasonably conclude that a valid fair use claim can be made. 1 of 11. Answer correctly to proceed.
2) List the four factors of Fair Use, as indicated in Section 107 of the U. S. Copyright Law:
  1. Purpose, Content, Amount, and Market Effect
  2. Purpose, Amount, Environment, and Market Effect
  3. Substantiality, Use, Nature, and Market Effect
  4. Purpose, Nature, Amount, and Market Effect
  5. None of the above
2 of 11. Answer correctly to proceed.
3) What best describes Fair Use-Section 107 of the U.S. Copyright Law?
  1. Educational use
  2. Legal copyright exemption ( a privilege of using works protected by copyright without permission)
  3. Non-profit use
  4. None of the above
3 of 11. Answer correctly to proceed.
4) Fair Use only applies to the printed work, i.e., books, magazines, journals, etc. 4 of 11. Answer correctly to proceed.
5) There are no set numerical or percentage limits in analyzing fair use. 5 of 11. Answer correctly to proceed.
6) Nonprofit and educational uses will generally weigh in favor of fair use, as opposed to:
  1. News reporting
  2. Scientific use
  3. Commercial use
  4. Respective uses
6 of 11. Answer correctly to proceed.
7) Highly creative expressions, such as plays, poems, paintings, etc., favors fair use, as opposed to works of a factual or non-fiction nature, such as technical or scientific works. 7 of 11. Answer correctly to proceed.
8) The law does not provide clear "bright line" precise guidelines or specific quantitative amounts as to the scope of fair use and its application to a specific situation. 8 of 11. Answer correctly to proceed.
10) Section 108, U.S. Copyright law describes certain specified conditions to allow legal copies of material protected by copyright to be made without obtaining the copyright owner's permission. 10 of 11. Answer correctly to proceed.
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