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Q.1
The first court case giving photographs copyright protection deemed photographs a "writing."

Q.2
Facts can be protected by copyright.

Q.3
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act was signed into law by President Bill Clinton on October 28, 1998.

Q.4
The Visual Artists Rights Act of 1990 applies to all copyrighted works.

Q.5
If you aren't claiming statutory damages for infringement, then you don't have to register your copyright before filing a lawsuit.

Q.6
Even if your copyright is registered, its validity can still be questioned.

Q.7
If you send a infringement claim letter to a person in another state, the alleged infringer can sue you in his/her state.

Q.8
You must post a copyright notice with your photographs to get copyright protection.

Q.9
You can post a copyright notice with your photographs even if you haven't registered them.

Q.10
A license to use a photograph must be in writing.

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