CptS 401 Adam Carter Quiz Question According to the book, the following is true of Digital Rights Management (DRM): A. It is intended to prevent unauthorized copying and distribution of copyrighted materials. B. It puts long-accepted fair uses of intellectual property at risk, including lending and selling legally-obtained copies. C. It helps to provide limited-use options for authorized distribution of copyrighted material. D. All of the above E. None of the above 2 Quiz Question Answer D. All of the above. The section entitled "Digital rights management" on pp. 216-217 lists all of these. 3 Quiz Question According to the book, which of the following *IS NOT* a method of protecting intellectual property? Banning content or technologies B. Suing individuals and companies C. Deleting individual user accounts D. Adding additional taxes to devices A. Answer C “Banning, suing, and taxing” (p 214) Quiz Question A. B. Would developing a DVD player that allows you to fast-forward through all content on any DVD violate the DMCA? Yes No Answer Answer: Yes “…with features like fastforwarding…would be illegal” (219) Question The book mentions that the following author allows noncommercial fan fiction: George Lucas B. J.R.R. Tolkien C. C.S. Lewis D. J.K Rowling A. Answer J.K. Rowling (227) Question What country has the highest amount of piracy (percent of population)? Moldova Armenia Azerbaijan China Russia Answer Armenia (230) Class Question Have you ever obtained media using the Internet illegally? Why did you do it? Is this a regular practice (don’t have to answer) Discussion How can we satisfy the needs of both individuals that want m Sample Group Discussion Exercise (Clicker) 4.15 (p. 245): Which of the following activities do you think should be fair use? Give reasons using copyright law and/or court cases. If you think the ethically right decision differs from the result that follows, from applying the fair-use guidelines, explain how and why. 14 Considerations for Determining Fair Use (pp. 206-07) 1. 2. 3. 4. What is the purpose and nature of the use (commercial vs. nonprofit vs. educational)? Commercial less likely to be fair use What is the nature of the copyrighted work? Creative work less likely to be fair use How much of the copyrighted work is used? The more used, the less likely it’s fair use What is the impact of the use on the potential market for or value of the copyrighted work? Uses that reduce sales less likely to be fair 15 Fair Use? Making a copy of a friend’s spreadsheet software to try out for two weeks and then either deleting it or buying your own copy A. Fair use B. Not fair use C. Not sure 16 Fair Use? Making a copy of a computer game, playing it for two weeks, and then deleting it A. Fair use B. Not fair use C. Not sure 17 Fair Use? Using two Dilbert cartoons in a lecture for which you are getting paid. A. Fair use B. Not fair use C. Unsure 18 Fair Use? Using two Dilbert cartoons in an educational lecture at a university (the slides are available publicly on the Internet) A. Fair use B. Not fair use C. Unsure 19 Fair Use? Posting a YouTube video of yourself lip singing to a popular song A.Fair use B. Not fair use C. Unsure Class Discussion Is it possible to satisfy both content companies and individuals desires with regards to content and its distribution?