YouTube Copyright School Question and their Answers

YouTube Copyright School Question and their Answers

Check of your answers:

The following items are NOT protected by copyright:
You chose: People
Correct!

People are not protected by copyright. Sorry.
You should ask YouTube for permission to use other users’ content from the site.
You chose: False
Correct!

YouTube cannot grant the rights to any screenshots or footage of third party content on the site.
Content that was once allowed by a content owner may be subsequently removed from YouTube.
You chose: True
Correct!

Owners can change their mind about how their content is displayed on YouTube. For this reason, creating completely original content is the best protection against copyright infringement claims.
The following item is protected by copyright:
You chose: Your original YouTube video
Correct!

Copyright protects works that are original, creative, expressive and fixed.

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If I intentionally file a false notice of alleged copyright infringement against a YouTube video (just for fun, or to cause trouble), I could be found liable for any damages caused.
You chose: True
Correct!

Abuse of the copyright process is taken very seriously. The law allows users harmed by fraudulent copyright notices to sue the claimant for damages.
It is impossible for a remix or mashup to infringe copyright.
You chose: False
Correct!

Remixes and mashups can be considered derivative works under the law, and you may need permission from the original content creator to remix or mashup their content. Not all remixes are protected by fair use.
If a video gets removed because of a copyright infringement notification, filing a counter-notification is the only possible way to restore the video.
You chose: False
Correct!

You may reach out to content owners and come to an agreement that they will retract their claim of copyright infringement. Should a claimant contact YouTube directly with a retraction, YouTube will be able to reinstate video content almost immediately.
If content is available on the Internet, it is in the public domain and therefore okay to upload to YouTube.
You chose: False
Correct!

Just because something is available on the Internet does not mean that it is in the public domain
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As long as I have purchased the content in question, it is not possible for me to infringe copyright by uploading it to YouTube.
You chose: False

Deleting a video that was removed for copyright will get rid of the associated copyright strike.
You chose: False

It is impossible for a remix or mashup to infringe copyright.
You chose: False

If you claim fair use in the video description, your video can't be considered copyright infringement.
You chose: False

As long as I have purchased the content in question, it is not possible for me to infringe copyright by uploading it to YouTube.
You chose: False

It's fine to use someone else's content as long as it already appears on YouTube.
You chose: False

"Fair use" is a legal defense that applies in all countries.
You chose: False

The following items are NOT protected by copyright:
You chose: B

If content is available on the Internet, it is in the public domain and therefore okay to upload to YouTube.
You chose: False

If you claim fair use in the video description, your video can't be considered copyright infringement.
You chose: False

If the original creator of the copyrighted work has died, the work is no longer protected by copyright.
You chose: False

If you are found to be a repeat infringer, you could lose your YouTube account.
Answer: True

If you claim fair use in the video description, your video can't be considered copyright infringement.
Answer: False

Anyone can issue a copyright claim on behalf of someone else.
Answer: False

Copyright infringement can result in:
Answer: D

As long as you have modified the original content in some way, such as in a remix, it is always a fair use of copyrighted material and you cannot be subject to claims of copyright infringement.
Answer: False

Copyright infringement occurs when a copyrighted work is _______ without the permission of the copyright owner:
Answer: E

Copyright protects each of these individual rights. "Fair use" is a legal defense that applies in all countries.
Answer: False

Uploading a video of myself recording my favorite cover song does not require the permission of the copyright holder.
Answer: False

Giving credit to the creator in your video's description is enough to prevent copyright infringement from occurring.
Answer: False

Copyright infringement is a serious offense and violation of the law may have significant consequences.
Answer: True

It's fine to use someone else's content as long as it already appears on YouTube.
You chose: False

In order to determine whether specific copyrighted content is authorized to be used on YouTube, you should upload it to your account and wait for the Content ID system to block any unauthorized content.
Answer: False

The following things are copyrightable: names, places, faces and spaces.
Answer: False

Q: Copyright protection is only given to major film, television or recording corporations who pay for the privilege.
A: False

Q: If I intentionally file a false notice of alleged copyright infringement against a YouTube video (just for fun or to cause trouble), I could be found liable for any damages caused.
A: True

Q:Content that was once allowed by a content owner may be subsequently removed from YouTube.
A: True

Q: If you misuse YouTube\342\200\231s counter-notification process:
A: a and b

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