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Question 1

The definition for 'musical works' is provided by:

Question 2

The 1908 White-Smith piano roll case is important because:

Question 3

Recorded music is not copyrightable because:

Question 4

Mark is a struggling musician who is having difficulty making ends meet. He invests his rent money in a DVD burner and begins copying recently released movies which he sells to his friends and his friends' friends. This is problematic because: