Copyright for Creatives: Protecting Your Work

                     

Internal Quiz

Question 1 of 25
When was the copyright clause incorporated into the United States constitution?
1906
1776
1878
1787

1787

Question 2 of 25
Kohel Haver has not registered for a copyright himself.
TRUE
FALSE

FALSE

Question 3 of 25
What does DMCA stand for?
Digital Management Copyright Act
Department Management Copyright Attribution
Digital Millennium Copyright Act
Digitally Managed Copyright Act

Digital Millennium Copyright Act

Question 4 of 25
You need to have a copyright credit on your image to protect the copyright.
TRUE
FALSE

FALSE

Question 5 of 25
How soon is copyright ownership attained by the creator?
as soon as the creator registers his copyright
as soon as the government sends them a copyright registration certificate
as soon as the creator signs his creation
as soon as the pen leaves the paper

as soon as the pen leaves the paper

Question 6 of 25
What types of tangible creative expressions (work) can you copyright?
Words or Names
Photographs, Drawings or Designs, Music or Songs, Sculptures, Story
Ideas or Concepts

Photographs, Drawings or Designs, Music or Songs, Sculptures, Story

Question 7 of 25
What are the bonuses for registering your copyright?
absolute proof you created the artwork, free access to courts, guaranteed damages up to $150,000 for willful infringement
legal presumption you created the artwork, free access to courts, guaranteed damages up to $150,000 for willful infringement
legal presumption you created the artwork, access to courts, presumption of damages up to $150,000 for willful infringement

legal presumption you created the artwork, access to courts, presumption of damages up to $150,000 for willful infringement

Question 8 of 25
Copyright.gov is the only online website to officially register your copyright in the United States.
TRUE
FALSE

TRUE

Question 9 of 25
What is the cost and damages allowed for registering a single image copyright?
$35 and $150 for willful infringement
$35 and $150,000 for willful infringement
$40 and $120,000 for willful infringement

$35 and $150,000 for willful infringement

Question 10 of 25
What is the cost and damages allowed for registering a group of images copyright?
$55 and $120,000 for willful infringement
$75 and $120,000 for willful infringement
$55 and $150,000 for willful infringement

$55 and $150,000 for willful infringement

Question 11 of 25
A copyright registration for a single or group of images for an individual lasts a lifetime plus seventy years.
TRUE
FALSE

TRUE

Question 12 of 25
A copyright registration for a single or group of images for a business lasts ninety five years.
TRUE
FALSE

FALSE

Question 13 of 25
As long as you change a design in some way you can avoid copyright infringement.
TRUE
FALSE

FALSE

Question 14 of 25
When does an individual copyright go into public domain?
after seventy years
after a lifetime plus seventy years.
when it appears in google images
when the creator dies

after a lifetime plus seventy years.

Question 15 of 25
When does a business copyright go into public domain?
when the business goes out of business
after seventy years
after ninety five years
If you’re Disney, never.

after ninety five years

Question 16 of 25
NASA moon landing pictures are public domain because the public paid for them.
TRUE
FALSE

TRUE

Question 17 of 25
Cease and desist letters are a good method to use for those who ignore a reasonable response to copyright infringement.
TRUE
FALSE

TRUE

Question 18 of 25
DMCA letters are specifically used to respond to web sites who are infringing your copyright and asks them to remove and cease using the work.
TRUE
FALSE

TRUE

Question 19 of 25
A DMCA Take Down Notice is sent to website hosting companies letting them know of copyright infringement by their users and requires them to address the problem with the infringing web site and its owner.
TRUE
FALSE

TRUE

Question 20 of 25
How many years do you have to respond to a copyright infringement?
4 years
1 year
3 years
7 years

3 years

Question 21 of 25
If you change a design at least 20%, then it’s OK to use it.
TRUE
FALSE

FALSE

Question 22 of 25
If you created it you own the copyright as soon as the pen leaves the paper.
TRUE
FALSE

TRUE

Question 23 of 25
A copyright registration in the United States can be universally enforced globally.
TRUE
FALSE

FALSE

Question 24 of 25
An animal’s original creative expression can be owned by the animal who created it.
TRUE
FALSE

FALSE

Question 25 of 25
Just like normal humans, a Zombie’s copyright lasts a lifetime plus seventy years.
TRUE
FALSE

FALSE


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