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Part Two: Protecting Your Creative Work, Copyrights, Patents & Trademarks

Hi. Here is my 2nd quiz in the series on using intellectual property (IP) rights and law; to protect your creative works, copyrights, patents, trademarks, design rights, trade secrets and other related forms of intellectual property. Enjoy completing the quiz; and leave your score, comments and up-vote in the section below. Good luck.

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  • Whenever a copyright infringement happens to a creative work, this offence is often commonly called: “piracy”.

    • Yes
    • No
  • The legal enforcement of a copyright that has been infringed, is the responsibility of the copyright holder (ie the creator of the original work).

    • Yes
    • No
  • The legal enforcement of a copyright that has been infringed is the responsibility of the country’s government.

    • Yes
    • No
  • What term is defined as: “a recognizable logo, or word (or expression) that distinguishes a product (or service) of a business; from any other similar product (or service); particularly those of its competitors?”

    • Industrial Design
    • Patent
    • Trademark
    • Trade Secret
  • In which one of the following countries, are patent infringement cases; dealt with under its civil law (and not under its criminal law, as a criminal offence)?

    • Argentina
    • South Korea
    • France
    • United Kingdom
  • How much jobs are created by intellectual property (including patents & trademarks) in the United States economy each year?

    • About 4 million jobs
    • About 8 million jobs
    • About 12 million jobs
    • About 18 million jobs
  • Which term is: “a hidden formula, information, process, or design which is not known to others; but which a business owns and uses to obtain an economic advantage over its competitors and customers”?

    • Trade secret
    • Trademark
    • Patent
    • Industrial Design
  • One of the criteria used to determine, whether an item is an invention, or not (in order to grant it a patent); is that the item, has to have – “an industrial applicability”.

    • Yes
    • No
  • In most countries, a trademark still receives legal protection, even without the owner registering the trademark.

    • Yes
    • No
  • The infringement of a trademark is dealt with by civil litigation in some jurisdictions. But in many countries, trademark infringement is a crime; and offenders are charged under their criminal law.

    • Yes
    • No

What do you think?

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