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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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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 27, 2009
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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 19, 2013
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