|Note to self (feel free to provide feedback.)
||[Mar. 25th, 2009|10:12 pm]
Notes for a study guide I'm putting together. Work in progress.|
WORD BANK: circumvention, copyright, creative commons, fair use, gratis, infringement, libre, open source, patent, piracy, public domain, takedown, trademark
_____________________ Protects an invention or method of doing something.
_____________________ A formal notice demanding a person remove unauthorized copyright material that they have posted online illegally.
_____________________ Protects the name or brand that a company does business as.
_____________________ The violation of a law or a person's rights.
_____________________ Free copyright licenses that let you specify what things you want restrict or allow to be done with your creative work.
_____________________ Exception cases where it is allowed to use copyright material.
_____________________ A type of networking where a user can share files with another directly without going through an intermediate service.
_____________________ Protects creative works such as music, movies, and paintings.
_____________________ Avoiding, bypassing, or going around something.
_____________________ To steal or illegally copy something that does not belong to you.
_____________________ Belongs to everyone and is free to use without copyright.
_____________________ Something, mostly software, that you are free to modify on your own and redistribute.
__________ is any method used to prevent unauthorized use of electronic media.
The _______________ is a collection of laws enforcing copyright that make it illegal to circumvent DRM or to create devices or software for the purpose of circumventing DRM.
Copyright duration is ____________________ plus ___________ years.
In English, there are two meanings of the world “free”.
One, (_____________________ in Spanish) means free as in _____________________.
The other, (____________________ in Spanish) means free as in _____________________.
There are 3 ways something can be in the public domain:
1. The original copyright has ________________________.
2. The work was created by a ____________________________.
3. The creator decides to ____________________________________________.
Three cases that would be considered fair use of copyright material are: