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Intellectual Property

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  • Q1
    What is a trademark?
    A set of rules that govern the use of copyrighted materials
    A symbol, word, or phrase that identifies and distinguishes a company's products or services from those of others
    A type of patent that protects an invention for a limited time
    A legal contract that grants exclusive rights to use an invention or creation
    30s
  • Q2
    What is a patent?
    A set of rules that govern the use of copyrighted materials
    A type of trademark that protects an invention for a limited time
    A symbol, word, or phrase that identifies and distinguishes a company's products or services from those of others
    A legal contract that grants exclusive rights to use an invention or creation
    30s
  • Q3
    What is the purpose of intellectual property law?
    To protect the rights of creators and inventors of original works
    To provide government control over the use of all creative works
    To allow for the free use and distribution of all creative works
    To limit the amount of innovation in the marketplace
    30s
  • Q4
    What is copyright?
    A symbol, word, or phrase that identifies and distinguishes a company's products or services from those of others
    A type of patent that protects an invention for a limited time
    A set of exclusive rights granted to the author or creator of an original work
    A legal contract that grants exclusive rights to use an invention or creation
    30s
  • Q5
    What is fair use?
    A legal doctrine that allows for limited use of copyrighted material without the permission of the owner
    A set of laws that restrict the use of any intellectual property
    A patent that is granted to anyone who applies for it
    A legal contract that allows for unlimited use of copyrighted material
    30s
  • Q6
    What is a trade secret?
    A legal contract that grants exclusive rights to use an invention or creation
    A type of patent that protects an invention for a limited time
    A symbol, word, or phrase that identifies and distinguishes a company's products or services from those of others
    Confidential business information that provides a competitive advantage
    30s
  • Q7
    What is the duration of a typical copyright?
    The life of the author plus a certain number of years
    50 years from the date of creation
    5 years from the date of creation
    25 years from the date of creation
    30s
  • Q8
    What is the purpose of a non-disclosure agreement?
    To provide government control over the use of all creative works
    To allow for the free use and distribution of all creative works
    To protect confidential information from being shared with others
    To limit the amount of innovation in the marketplace
    30s
  • Q9
    What is the difference between a trademark and a service mark?
    Service marks are only used by non-profits and charities, while trademarks are used by for-profit companies
    Service marks are used to identify products, while trademarks are used to identify services
    Trademarks and service marks are the same thing
    Trademarks are used to identify products, while service marks are used to identify services
    30s
  • Q10
    What is a patent troll?
    A legal contract that grants exclusive rights to use an invention or creation
    A company that shares its patents with others in order to promote innovation
    A person who has registered a patent but does not use it
    A person or company that sues others for patent infringement, but does not produce or sell the underlying invention or product
    30s

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