Occurs when an Internet company changes their "Terms of Service" without giving notice that people's blogs will be deleted, which is a "virtual" stealing of a person's intellectual property.
MySpace committed intertheft when they deleted millions of people's blogs without giving prior notice so people could copy their intellectual property.
by disenfranchised writer June 28, 2013
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When someone, especially a known internet site, takes someone's intellectual property without prior written consent and either re-uses it without notifying the original creator or destroys/deletes the data.
People were up in arms when Instagram looked like it was about to commit intertheft but no one watched as MySpace deleted years of user blogs.
by Vantina July 01, 2013