57 Donna makes and distributes copies of Every Good Boy Does Fine a movie

57 donna makes and distributes copies of every good

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57.Donna makes and distributes copies of Every Good Boy Does Fine, a movie copyrighted by Great Films Corporation, without Great Films' permission. Donna may be liable for: damages, fines, and/or imprisonment.58.An exception to liability for copyright infringement is made under the doctrine of: fair use.59.Canada and the United States are signatories of the Berne Convention. Doug, a citizen ofCanada, publishes a book first in Canada and then in the United States. Doug's copyright must be recognized by: all of the signatories of the Berne Convention60.The international law that prohibits member nations from discriminating against foreign owners of intellectual property rights is the: Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights agreement.61.A color can never qualify for trademark protection. False62.Rita copies Sam's book, Two for the Show, in its entirety and sells it to USA Books, Inc., without Sam's permission. USA publishes it under Rita's name. Sam's copyright is infringed by: Rita and USA63.Under the Restatement of Torts, persons who disclose or use another's trade secret, without authorization, are liable to that other party if: their disclosure or use constitutesa breach of a duty owed to the other party.64.Businesses may protect their trade secrets by: requiring that all employees must sign confidentiality agreements.65.For the willful misappropriation of trade secrets under the Uniform Trade Secrets, a plaintiff only may recover: punitive damages. court costs. attorneys' fees. monetary damages. (ALL)66.A patent cannot be obtained for software. False67.Julie, a teacher, wants to use a small portion of a novel for use in class to discuss the different perspectives of environmentalism. Use of this material likely is allowable under the: Fair Use Doctrine68.The process behind the production of "Fast Pace," a racecar video game, is protected by:trade secrets law.69.Jami invents a new machine that automatically weeds small gardens. He obtains a patentfor his invention from the U.S. government. Louisa buys one of Jami's machines, pulls it
apart, copies his work, and starts producing and selling her own version of the amazing "Weed Eater." Louisa: has infringed on Jami's patent rights.70.The Madrid Protocol aims to cut the cost and time required to protect trademarks internationally. True71.Joanie sees a news article about two people who fell in love while trapped in an elevator.She decides it would make a wonderful play and starts to write a description of the characters and the circumstances of their confinement. Two weeks later, Johnny publishes a short story about two people who fall in love while trapped in an elevator. Joanie claims that she has copyright protection. Joanie may have copyright protection for: the expression of the story as she has written it.

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