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1 Patents, Copyrights and Trademarks
What do you know about the U.S. Patent and Trademark office?
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10 Q
fabulouscoops
Aug 24 07
519 plays
2 Writer's Rights (U.S. Copyright)
What rights do you have to your own work? What different kinds of rights can you grant? When and how can you use another person's work? Find out with this quiz. All answers are according to U.S. Copyright law and publishing industry standards as of 2003
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25 Q
skylarb
Oct 29 03
612 plays
3 Copyright in Academia, United States
In the United States, as in most countries, copyright law is an important consideration for anyone involved in academia, from professors to students. Test your knowledge on some of the basics of this important topic.
Tough
10 Q
nicklocher
Jul 19 06
222 plays
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Last Updated May 29 14 4:24 PM

Some sample questions from this category:

* Which of the following cannot be copyrighted?
* In 1982, you wrote a play. How long will your copyright last?
* You want to publish a poem in two different magazines, both of which will appear at about the same time. What kind of rights should you grant to your work?
* You work for an accounting firm. You are on its payroll and you produce its newsletter. You write a fabulous article for the newsletter about how to cut your taxes. Who owns the copyright - you or your employer?
* You have published a short story in a United States periodical. Now you want to publish it in a Canadian periodical. Which type of rights can you grant?


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