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including lecture outlines, exams, and film study questions
; (2) the soundrecordings of Dr. Moulton’s 2008 lectures
; (3) an electronic textbook entitled,“Wildlife Issues in the New Millennium
;” and (4) an electronic textbook entitled,“Global Perspectives in Biodiversity
.”In Count One of the complaint, Faulkner Press alleges copyrightinfringement based on Class Notes’ inclusion of various practice questions
fromthe electronic textbooks in its note packages. Count Two alleges copyrightinfringement based specifically on the film study questions
, which are part of thelecture notes. Count Three is based on all other materials from the lecture notes
Copyright Registration – TXu 1-344-546 (covering materials through thefirst exam, Spring 2007) and Copyright Registration – TXu 1-360-217 (coveringmaterials through the second exam, Spring 2007).
Copyright Registration – TXu 1-360-217.
Copyright Registration – SR 621-372.
Copyright Registration – TX 6-841-738.
The “practice questions” are multiple-choice questions that contain astatement with up to four responses for a user to select. Although some of thepractice questions are based on films contained in the textbooks, they aredifferent from the “film study” questions in that the practice questions come fromthe textbooks (not the lecture notes) and are in multiple choice form.
The “film study questions” are fill in the blank statements that areincluded in the copyright for the lecture notes. Students obtained the film studyquestions either as handouts in class or by downloading them from a websiteassociated with the University of Florida. The film study questions trackinformation provided in films shown in class . Students are supposed to fill in theblanks as they watch the films to show that they are paying attention.
CASE NO.: 1:08cv49-SPM/GRJ
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