Upphovsratt 1. Only those texts, web pages, pictures, and other media that have the copyright mark, ©, are protected by copyright law.TrueFalse 2. I have found a figure that I want to use in my essay. It is marked with the CC-licens CC BY SA. I don't want to use a CC-licens when I publish my essay. Can I still use the figure I found?No, the CC-license forces you to put the exact same CC-licens on your version on the figure that you have in you essay.Yes. It is only when you use the exact figure that the CC-licens applies. 3. I have found some scientific articles that contain data that I want to use in my master thesis. Which of the following alternatives would you recommend? a) If it is numeriacal data - create a table where all the data from the different papers can be showed clearly to the reader. b) Incorporate the data in your text as proper quotes - clearly stating the source in each case. c) Paraphrase what the authors of the articles have written. d) All three alternatives could be correct. It depends on what type of data and how you intend to use them. But in all cases you must make sure that the reader can understand which data comes from what source. 4. How does a CC mark on a text or illustration make it easier for you to use something created by someone else? I don't have to ask the creator of the text or illustrationI don't have to name the creator in my list of references or illustrationsHintVisit Creative Commons site. 5. You cannot quote a %BLANK% but you can use the information.picturepart of the lyrics to a song Quiz on copyright 4 mars, 2021 Time is Up!