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Question 1 (1 point)

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Ameretta Industries has it’s principal place of business in Atlanta, Georgia. It is in the online retail business and sells first edition used books throughout the United States. An angry customer in Texas purchased a book from Ameretta and paid over $1,000.00 for what he claims is a copy, not a first edition. The customer seeks to sue Ameretta in a Texas federal court. What jurisdiction issues will the customer face?

Question 1 options:

  None, there’s subject matter and personal jurisdiction.
  Personal jurisdiction and subject matter jurisdiction.
  Personal jurisdiction only.
  In rem jurisdiction.

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Question 2 (1 point)

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To qualify for protection under the Patent Act or the American Inventors Protection Act an idea as reduced into a tangible medium must be novel, useful and obvious.

Question 2 options:

  True
  False

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Bob has a business in which he creates songs and sells them to various music industry artists.  He has been working on a song for 6 months and provided it to one of his artist clients for review.  The song was not yet complete when he heard a few lyrics and notes on the radio.  If he is successful in a copyright infringement lawsuit to what damages may he be entitled?

Question 3 options:

  Statutory damages
  The prevailing party isn’t entitled to damages.
  Equitable damages
  Treble damages

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Question 4 (1 point)

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There are three types of jurisdiction, which of the following is not a type of jurisdiction?

Question 4 options:

  Subject matter
  In rem
  Specific
  Personal

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Question 5 (1 point)

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List the categories of copyrights. Choose the best answer.

Question 5 options:

  Literary works, musical works, dramatic works, ideas.
  Non-fanciful, suggestive, fanciful, arbitrary, capricious
  Literary works, musical works, dramatic works, pantomine, choreographic works, pictorials, sound recordings, architectural, motion pictures.
  All of the above

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Question 6 (1 point)

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The Sony Bono Cpyrights Extension Act did what?

Question 6 options:

  Nothing, he just wanted his name on federal legislation.
  Matched the alphanumeric IP addresses of computers with text names.
  Extended the timeframe for copyright protection.
  None of the above

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Question 7 (1 point)

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What does the exercise of jurisdiction allow a court to do?

Question 7 options:

  Hear a case and resolve the dispute.
  Hear the case only
  Resolve the dispute even if it doesn’t hear the case
  None of the above

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Question 8 (1 point)

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Personal jurisdiction and subject matter jurisdiction are two different types of jurisdiction.

Question 8 options:

  True
  False

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Question 9 (1 point)

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Which of the following is a factor to be considered in determining the availability of the fair use defense?

Question 9 options:

  The nature of the use
  The effect of the use upon the value of the copyrighted work
  The character of the use
  The validity of the copyright

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In order for an invention to be patented the invention must be novel, useful and obvious.

Question 10 options:

  True
  False

 

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