Quiz 4 - 1. trade-mark protections Generic terms that refer...

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Unformatted text preview: 1. trade-mark protections Generic terms that refer to a type or class of goods are never subject to trade-mark protections. Student Response Value Correct Answer False 0% True Score: 0/4 2. unfair adoption Evidence that trade dress is nondistinctive or functions other than for product appearance can defeat a competitor's claim of unfair adoption. Student Response Value Correct Answer False 0% True Score: 0/4 3. U.S. copyright The typical U.S. copyright now runs for 28 years, with a right of renewal for an additional 28 years. Student Response Value Correct Answer True 0% False Score: 0/4 4. copyright The manner in which ideas are expressed in literary, musical, dramatic, and other artistic works may be copyrighted. Student Response Value Correct Answer False 0% True Score: 0/4 5. secret laws Courts will likely protect important customer lists under trade secret laws even if customer identities are determinable from other sources. Student Response Value Correct Answer True 0% False Score: 0/4 6. Chip Protection Act Monetary damages for a violation of the Semiconductor Chip Protection Act are limited by law to a maximum of $250,000. Student Response Value Correct Answer True 0% False Score: 0/4 7. computers Approximately 80% of all U.S. workers use computers at their work. Student Response Value Correct Answer False 0% True Score: 0/4 8. Cyberlaw Cyberlaw includes the area of criminal law. Student Response Value Correct Answer False 0% True Score: 0/4 9. defamation... Individuals who post defamatory messages are protected from liability for defamation. Individuals who post defamatory messages are protected from liability for defamation....
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2012 for the course BUS 2241 taught by Professor Mcguinnes during the Spring '10 term at Valencia.

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Quiz 4 - 1. trade-mark protections Generic terms that refer...

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