Ch08-TB2-WBL-10e

Ch08-TB2-WBL-10e - Chapter8 IntellectualProperty

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Chapter 8 Intellectual Property N.B.:   TYPE  indicates that a question is new, modified, or unchanged, as  follows. N A question  new  to this edition of the Test Bank. + A question  modified  from the previous edition of the Test Bank, = A question  included  in the previous edition of the Test Bank. TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1. A party who unintentionally uses the trademark of another will not be li- able for trademark infringement. ANSWER: F PAGE: 157 TYPE: = 2. A fanciful use of ordinary words cannot be trademarked. ANSWER: F PAGE: 157 TYPE: = 3. A suggestive use of ordinary words may be trademarked. ANSWER: T PAGE: 157 TYPE: = 4. A generic term is not protected under trademark law unless it acquires a  secondary meaning. ANSWER: F PAGE: 157 TYPE: = 5. A  service mark is used to distinguish products produced by the federal  government from those produced by private corporations. ANSWER: F PAGE: 158 TYPE: = 73
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74 TEST BANK 2—UNIT TWO: TORTS AND CRIMES 6. A collective mark is used to distinguish the services of one person or com- pany from those of another. ANSWER: F PAGE: 158 TYPE: =
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CHAPTER 8: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY 75 7. The unauthorized use of another’s mark in a domain name violates federal  law.  ANSWER: T PAGE: 159 TYPE: = 8. A patent applicant must demonstrate that the invention, discovery, or de- sign is commercially practicable to receive a patent. ANSWER: F PAGE: 162 TYPE: = 9. In the United States, patent protection is given to the first person to invent  a product or process. ANSWER: T PAGE: 162 TYPE: + 10. A patent cannot be obtained for software. ANSWER: F PAGE: 162 TYPE: = 11. Intentionally distributing pirated, copyrighted works to others is a crime  only if profit is realized from the exchange. ANSWER: F PAGE: 164 TYPE: N 12. In determining whether copyright protection should be granted, the central  issue is the idea that forms the basis for a work. ANSWER: F PAGE: 164 TYPE: N 13. A copy must be exactly the same as the original to constitute copyright  infringement. ANSWER: F PAGE: 164 TYPE: = 14. The least important factor in determining whether a use of a copyrighted  work is a “fair use” is the effect of the use on the market for the copyrighted  work. ANSWER: F PAGE: 164 TYPE: + 15. Loading a file into a computer’s random access memory constitutes the  making of a “copy” for purposes of copyright law.
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TEST BANK 2—UNIT TWO: TORTS AND CRIMES ANSWER: T PAGE: 165 TYPE: N 16. A list of customers can be a trade secret. ANSWER:
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Ch08-TB2-WBL-10e - Chapter8 IntellectualProperty

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