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Marc Wentink
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May-be this is a really stupid question, but I am studying a MicroSoft exam. Number 70-528 to be exact. I am making summaries of the selfpaced study material, and I make my own quiz questions from the summaries I make. Can I publish these questions on a website for example for free use to other students, without getting Bill Gates lawyer in my neck?

By the way, if you're interested in the multiple choice questions and the summary, they are far from ready at this present time...
 
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As long as those questions are taken directly from the exam, or any other study practice exam questions, and questions you made up yourself, then you are fine. If you take anyone else's question then you would be violating their copyrights.

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Mark, I think you mean, "As long as those questions are NOT taken directly from the exam..." Right?
 
Taariq San
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It obvious this thread is about exams, just look at all the Marks in here first.
 
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