infringement : Definition, Usages, News and More

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inf rinj muhnt

  • n  an act that disregards an agreement or a right
  • n  a crime less serious than a felony

  • In March, Cereality raised the stakes, suing yet another start-up, Ohio's Cerealicious, for trademark infringement.
  • The prior order "raises issues regarding possible infringement of protections afforded to the public by the First Amendment," he said.
  • The judge, whose injunction will stand until the case is tried or settled, said it is likely the couple engaged in "contributory copyright infringement" by linking to a site they .
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  • Thaksin Shinawatra in Times of India
    To protect all Texans' constitutional rights, preserve the constitutional framework intended by our nation's founders, and defend our state from further infringement by the federal government, the State of Texas and other states will legally... Greg Abbott Mar 22, 2010 51740 69177 infringement The government's actions clearly constitute grave infringement of human rights and criminal offences," Thaksin said in a statement.
  • Mark Shuttleworth in ZDNet UK
    A promise by Microsoft not to sue for infringement of unspecified patents has no value at all and is not worth paying for: people who pay protection money for that promise are likely living in a false sense of security,Shuttleworth wrote in a...

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