When dusty haters try to copy every single thing about you.
Destiny: “Trisha, them copyright infringements got yo shoes and giving dirty looks”
Trisha: “They hate me cos they ain’t me”
by Galáctica June 3, 2022
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A phrase put in the title and/or description section of youtube videos by incredibly stupid people who don’t understand how copyright laws actually work. The phrase makes no logical sense because it directly contradicts their action of uploading content which they aren't the copyright holder of.

By analogy, according to people who use the phrase, someone should be able to shoot them in the head while yelling “NO HARM/MURDER/MANSLAUGHTER INTENDED!” and get away with it.
I'll laugh my ass off if someone ever tries to use "No copyright infringement intended" in court.
by cbauersc December 12, 2009
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What bad motherfuckers put in their video descriptions on YouTube to stick the proverbial middle finger of insurrection right in those copyright bastard’s faces.
Stanley: “Hey, I just uploaded Cliff Richard’s ‘The Millennium Prayer’ on YouTube. I wrote ‘copyright infringement intended’ because I’m a rebel against society.”

Reginald: “Dude, that track’s wack anyway. Ain’t like no one gives a damn about no copyright shit neither. Plus, Cliff Richard can suck a fart right out o’ my ass.”
by Angrywank October 19, 2010
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A phrase Youtube users use in there video descriptions or credits to try to trick the copyright owner even though there is copyright infringement intended, a lot.
by demonfishy5 August 28, 2009
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Reporting copyright infringements

As required by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”), Pub. L. 105-304, Urban Dictionary has designated an agent to receive notification of alleged copyright infringement occurring in the urbandictionary.com domain.
If you believe that your copyrighted work is being infringed, notify our designated agent specified below.
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Attn: Copyright Agent 548 Market Street #82617 San Francisco, CA 94104 Click for email address
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act requires that all infringement claims must be in writing and must include the following information:
A physical or electronic signature of the copyright owner or the person authorized to act on its behalf;
A description of the copyrighted work claimed to have been infringed;
A description of the infringing material and information reasonably sufficient to permit Urban Dictionary to locate the material;
Your contact information, including your address, telephone number, and email;
A statement by you that you have a good faith belief that use of the material in the manner complained of is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law; and
A statement that the information in the notification is accurate, and, under the pains and penalties of perjury, that you are authorized to act on behalf of the copyright owner
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by Α February 3, 2022
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Another creative nonfiction term for FanFiction.net contributors who do fic from established copyrighted properties that are not in the public domain. Noted when a creative nonfiction writer is doing an investigative blog they often employ fair use for reporting purposes as Frontier Foundation noted. The most high profile example of this is having to be Fredrik Colting who lifted Catcher in the Rye.

I did a creative nonfiction short that was a dead on match to the style of the novel right down to the strong language and nihilism it presented. This is common when one would see bricks or door stops on the website when you have those who produce novels of established copyrighted characters. Gene Roddenberry noticed this in the 1960s and gave some of them a published outlet. It's noted in the small press in 2005-2007 had ushered some from the circuit as The Twilight Zone fandom and Edgar Allan Poe fandoms often will see published writers emerge from there because the stories are extremely original. Don't use this term with Archive of our Own higher ups as they'd get pissed -- it's known as a snarl term unless you're in the mood to start a flame war. Noted they got mad when The Fandom Writer's guilty party pointed out, "I don't want to see my characters portrayed as peter puffers or donut punchers." They had a collective gasp over that remark.
Lovely the publisher is getting swarmed with those who are freely engaging in the practice of "Casual Copyright Infringement." Twilight fanfiction are often pulling the stunt known as "pull to publish" or "scraping off the serial numbers." The Fandom Writer's guilty party pulled a wiseass move and sneak Creative Nonfiction on fanfiction.net as he's got something on there developed by a classmate from Glenbard East based upon the notes the classmate did of the character in 2007. The Forever Knight fandom had seen published authors going as far back as 2002; as one of them was trailed by Archive of our Own as she had a novel in 2002 and appeared in an anthology with me as she did the final edits to secure my slot with the alternate.

What's that if you're asking?

It's a snarl term for FanFanfiction using established copyrighted characters (ie from copyrights that are still established and going for the lifetime of the creator. Public Domain based fandoms are often picked up in anthologies if in the right place and right time.)
by illinoishorrorman February 13, 2018
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"No copyright infringement intended" and yet there is copyright infringement. If there wasn't then why bother putting it there in the first place?
No copyright infringement intended? I am King Shit of Fuck Mountain! I will do whatever the fuck I want.
No copyright infringement intended? What did you say to me bitch? I'll come and dickslap you right in your mouth.
by King Shit of Fuck Mountain August 20, 2013
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