ITS 364 Ch 2
1. Intellectual property is a legal concept that treats the creative works of the mind as property just like it is a physical object. Physical property is something that you can hold in your hand. Intellectual property can be an idea
2. An image taken, words used to complete a paper, notes and words of a song, this assignment, and idea.
3. It reminds users that the work is protected, it clearly establishes the date when production began, and it makes it easier for someone to seek permission to use the work because the owner is named.
4. The two symbols to are TM and ®. TM just signifies that something is trademarked while the R with a circle means it is a registered trademark.
5. Anyone can claim fair use as long as they proper credit or documentation. Fair use is usually limited to about 10% of a piece of work.
6. APA: Author [last, first]. (date [year, month day]). Article title. Retrieved from URL
MLA: Author [last, first]. Article Title. Date. Publisher. Date retrieved. <URL
The differences are APA requires the date before article title and MLA requires Article title before date.
7. Plagiarism is using someone else’s work as your own and not giving the original author credit. Copyright infringement is technically the same thing only it is punished in court while plagiarism is usually punished in schools.
8. Plagiarism is using someone else’s work without you giving them credit and piracy is illegally gotten and used to make a profit.
9. Ethics means doing what’s right but new advances in technology may mean that some of those rules may not apply.
10. File sharing is unethical because depending on what files you decide to share they may not be yours to share. You are sharing someone’s intellectual property.
3. Country music, also known as country and western (or simply country), and hillbilly music, is a genre of popular music that originated in the southern United States in the early 1920s
In the early 1920s, in the southern United States, country music was born which can also be called western or hillbilly music.
“Country Music.” Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, 13 Sept. 2018, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Country_music.
The focus turned to Clayton Kershaw, fresh off winning an MVP award and widely considered darn near impeccable.
Being almost perfect everyone turned their sights towards the MVP winning Clayton Kershaw.
Gonzalez, Alden. “'He's Addicted to Winning': Clayton Kershaw's Battle to Remain Elite.” ESPN, ESPN Internet Ventures, 13 Sept. 2018, www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/24652504/addicted-winning-clayton-kershaw-battle-remain-elite
The Blue Jays would tie the game later that inning, loading the bases with a single, walk and hit batter before Kevin Pillar took a 100.3-mph fastball from Joe Kelly off his right wrist to bring a run in.
After pitcher Joe Kelly hit Kevin Pillar in the wrist with a 100.3 mph fastball a run was scored from the loaded bases.
Forde, Craig. “Blue Jays Rally but Lose to Red Sox in Finale.” MLB.com, Sept. 13 2018, www.mlb.com/bluejays/news/blue-jays-rally-but-lose-to-red-sox-in-finale/c-294546842.