WBU BUAD3318 CHAPTER 5 TRUE FALSE

| March 14, 2016

Question
Question 1

A marketing method can be a trade secret.

True

False

Question 2

Theft of confidential data by industrial espionage is a theft of trade secrets.

True

False

Question 3

Trade dress is subject to the same legal protection as trademarks.

True

False

Question 4

Copyright protection is automatic—registration is not required, particularly after January 1, 1978.

True

False

Question 5

It is possible to copyright an idea.

True

False

Question 6

An arbitrary use of ordinary words may not be trademarked.

True

False

Question 7

By using another’s trademark, a business could lead consumers to believe that its goods were made by the other business

True

False

Question 8

A trade name cannot be registered with the federal government unless it is also used as a trademark or a service mark.

True

False

Question 9

The TRIPS agreement established standards for the international protection of intellectual property rights for computer programs.

True

False

Question 10

Patent protection begins on the date that a patent application is filed.

True

False

Question 11

A generic term is not protected under trademark law unless it acquires a secondary meaning.

True

False

Question 12

Patent infringement occurs only if all features or parts of a product are copied.

True

False

Question 13

The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement applies to counterfeit physical goods and to pirated copyrighted works being distributed via the Internet.

True

False

Question 14

An applicant cannot register a trademark on the basis of an intention to use the mark in commerce (be careful again, does intention have a time limit?? if it does, than a general intention won’t fly).

True

False

Question 15

A person who buys a copyrighted work cannot sell it to someone else.

True

False

Question 16

State and federal governments provide for the registration of trademarks.

True

False

Question 17

To succeed in a lawsuit alleging trademark dilution, the plaintiff must prove that consumers are likely to be confused by the unauthorized use of a mark (be careful, is this all you must prove?).

True

False

Question 18

A person can reproduce copyrighted material for purposes such as teaching, including multiple copies for classroom use, without paying royalties.

True

False

Question 19

A certification mark distinguishes products approved, or “certified,” by the government.

True

False

Question 20

A personal name is protected under trademark law if it acquires a secondary meaning.

True

False

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