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Question 1: A widely documented internet-based example is ________.
The Million Dollar HomepageSky NewsFox News ChannelWebsite

Question 2: This type of crowd financing has long precedents including artistic patronage and the normal activities of charity ________.
Charity shopFundraisingBenefit concertCharitable organization

Question 3: In ________, micropatronage plays a large part in supporting both the author and the site itself, and it has become common in webcomics to see authors asking for donations from fans beyond a certain level of popularity.
Classical music blogWebcomicAggregatorMP3 blog

Question 4: Regulation A or Rule 506 of Regulation D of the ________, or the California Limited Offering Exemption - Rule 1001 (also known as S.E.C.
Franklin D. RooseveltGreat DepressionSecurities Act of 1933Glass–Steagall Act

Question 5: Crowd funding is being experimented with as a funding mechanism for creative work such as ________ and Journalism,[3] Music, and independent film.
Political blogPermalinkBlogBlog software

Question 6: Micropatronage differs from traditional ________ systems by allowing many "patrons" to donate small amounts, rather than a small number of patrons making larger contributions.
Ancient historyFlorenceRenaissancePatronage







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