Technology

1. Which of the following is an example of music piracy?

A. borrowing your friend's CD
B. borrowing a CD from the library
C. downloading a song for $1.00 from a reputable website
D. copying a CD from your friend and giving it to another friend**

2. Which of the following is probably not a place where it is legal to download the music of a popular artist whose CD's are sold in stores?

A. personal blogs**
B. reputable music sources
C. the artist's website
D. websites specializing in free public domain music

3. Who is the victim in music piracy?

A. the library
B. the website from which the music is downloaded
C. all of the artists who helped create the music**
D. a friend who borrows the music

asked by Carmen
  1. All of your answers are right.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. Thank you

    posted by Carmen
  3. You're welcome.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  4. What are your answers

    posted by Ryan
  5. Answers for Lesson 14 Unit 6:
    -1. D.
    -2. A.
    -3. C.

    posted by Ballerina 101
  6. you all are awesome i got a 100.
    thanks!

    posted by Ali
  7. Ur welcome! And yes, this is actually the person who gave he answers :-)

    posted by Ballerina 101
  8. thanks man!!

    posted by doggo
  9. D
    A
    C
    is correct.

    posted by
  10. thanks i got a 100% on that

    posted by mina
  11. ur welcome mina!

    posted by Ballerina 101
  12. thx:):)

    posted by Habibi#1
  13. 1. D
    2. A
    3. C


    100

    posted by Hal
  14. D
    A
    C
    Sorry, I'm Late

    posted by lun
  15. D
    A
    C
    100% CORRECT

    posted by Anonymous
  16. D
    A
    C
    100% Correct.

    posted by Kaili is ma best fran
  17. thx everyone

    posted by pasman

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