copyright infringement

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Noun1.copyright infringement - a violation of the rights secured by a copyright
plagiarisation, plagiarization, piracy, plagiarism - the act of plagiarizing; taking someone's words or ideas as if they were your own
infringement, violation - an act that disregards an agreement or a right; "he claimed a violation of his rights under the Fifth Amendment"
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Such dispersed development and joint development approaches could bring risks to the customer s own core technologies (such as important algorithms) such as leaks or unauthorized duplication.
Study number 26 on the Unauthorized Duplication of Sound Recordings was completed in 1957 by the then Assistant Chief of the Examining Division (and later Register of Copyrights) Barbara A.
The exclusive key and cylinder designs allow the creation of numerous one-of-a-kind "virtual keyways," permit registered users to dedicate specific operating keys for particular buildings and prevent unauthorized duplication by completely restricting blanks.
The unauthorized duplication, deletion, modification, or installation of software.
said Tuesday it has developed a printer-photocopier capable of automatically blocking unauthorized duplication of classified documents.
For additional security, the ATA Flash Disk Controller comes factory-programmed with a 20-byte unique serial identification number to prevent unauthorized duplication by allowing encryption of user data.
In addition, new anti-piracy software offers CD producers protection from unauthorized duplication.
HAL: No, although there are technical specs for inhibiting, if not preventing, unauthorized duplication.
At risk, say Hollywood's studios, is their ability to protect copyrighted works from unauthorized duplication and unrestricted distribution on the Web.
Adobe Systems Inc said it has integrated its PDF document viewing software with Xerox Corp's new ContentGuard Internet Security product to safeguard electronic documents from unauthorized duplication.
Consequently, Dyson questions whether government should bother vigorously enforcing copyright laws that prohibit unauthorized duplication.
Unauthorized duplication or use without permission is prohibited.

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