A False Attribution as an Author: - Legal Reasoning

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MCQ

A false attribution as an author:

Options

  • Requires the claimant to be clearly identified as the author

  • Can only be made where copyright exists in the work

  • Is made if a reasonable reader of the work would think the claimant was the author

  • Is made where particular words are attributed to the claimant unless the claimant actually wrote or said them, or has given consent

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Solution

Is made where particular words are attributed to the claimant unless the claimant actually wrote or said them, or has given consent

Concept: Legal Miscellaneous
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