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Week 7 Lesson 2

Free Use, Public Domain, Creative Commons

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Copyright Free a misnomer that actually refers to either royalty-free artwork or work in the public domain
You cannot be sued for plagiarizing a public domain work, but doing so can result in what? serious professional and personal penalties
Copyright renewal was a requirement for works published before____? 1978
After almost a decade in court, ______ was victorious in the case against their scanning of millions of books to build a book search engine. Google
In ____, a coalition of authors and publishers launched a legal battle to determine if Google's book search engine fell under the fair use doctrine or not. 2005
What do the Creative Commons buttons do? they are a shorthand way to convey the basic permissions associated with material offered under CC licenses
What types of music and sounds recordings are included under public domain? 1. Soundsnap 2. public domain music
True or False. Because the dissemination of facts or information benefits the public, you have more leeway to copy from fictional works than you do from factual works. FALSE
Is there a 5th fair use factor questioning "Are you good or bad?" YES
Does it help to use a disclaimer in fair use cases? NO
What are the steps of publishing under a Creative Commons licenses? 1. Choose conditions 2. Get a license
What are the 4 conditions to apply to your work under Creative Commons? 1. Attribution 2. Noncommercial 3. ShareAlike 4. NoDerivatives
Open Access Literature that is digital, online, free of charge, and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions
Do Creative Commons licenses affect exceptions and limitations to copyright, such as fair dealing and fair use? NO
Intellectual Property creation of the mind
Plagiarism falsely claiming ownership of a piece of intellectual property
Copyright the exclusive rights to the owner of a piece of intellectual property to print, publish, perform, and to authorize others to do the same
Does citing our sources allow us to use copyrighted materials? - You can use someone else's work to support your own ideas - Attribution does not equal permission
Fair Use a legal doctrine that says you can reuse copyright-protected material under certain circumstances without getting permission from that copyright owner
4 Factors of Fair Use 1. The purpose and character of your use 2. The nature of the copyrighted work 3. The amount and substantiality of the portion taken 4. The effect of the use upon the potential market
Public Domain creative material that are not protected by intellectual property laws such as copyright, trademark, or patent laws
4 common ways works arrive in public domain 1. Copyright has expired 2. Copyright owner failed to renew 3. Copyright owner deliberately places it in the Public Domain 4. Copyright laws do not protect this type of work
True or False. Facts or theories are not protected by copyright. TRUE
Works published before ____ are in the public domain. 1923
Creative Commons Nonprofit organization that enables the sharing and use of creativity and knowledge though free legal tools.
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