Infringe definition

Infringe or “Infringement” means any infringement as determined by Law, including, without limitation, direct infringement, contributory infringement or any inducement to infringe.
Infringe means when used with respect to Intellectual Property Rights means any infringement or other violation of Intellectual Property Rights.
Infringe has the meaning set forth in Section 4.15(d).

Examples of Infringe in a sentence

  • The Internet User Does Not Directly Infringe the Right to Reproduce the WorkWhen clicking on the HREF link on the link creator’s Web site, the user’s computer contacts the ISP, which retrieves the data for the owner’s URL from the user’s server and displays it on the user’s screen.

  • The Internet User Does Not Directly Infringe the Right to Distribute Copies of the WorkThe only way the user could violate the right to distribute copies of the owner’s work is by printing the Web page and distributing it physically.195 The same reasoning applies as used above with regard to the link creator, that viewing the Web page does not create the copy, but rather subsequent190 .

  • The Link Creator Does Not Directly Infringe the Right to Create Derivative WorksThe owner might claim that the link creator is modifying the original work by creating a hypertext link to an internal Web page, and in doing so, creating a derivative work.171 Since the link creator is not creating a copy of the owner’s Web page as stated above,172 the link creator is doing nothing more than165 .

  • The Link Creator Does Not Directly Infringe the Right to Distribute Copies of the WorkCopyright owners retain the right to distribute both the original work and subsequent copies of the work.176 The link creator’s hyperlink does not create a copy of the owner’s work177 and therefore possesses nothing to distribute.

  • The Link Creator Does Not Directly Infringe Any CopyrightsIn order to establish direct infringement, the court must find copying by the defendant and improper misappropriation of the work.163 By providing an HREF, the link creator must interfere with one of the owner’s statutory rights, which include the right to reproduce the work, the right to create derivative copies of the work, the right to distribute copies of the work, or the right to distribute the work.164159 .


More Definitions of Infringe

Infringe has the meaning set forth in Section 3.1(r).
Infringe means that (or an assertion that) a given item or activity directly or indirectly infringes, misappropriates, dilutes, or constitutes unauthorized use of, or otherwise violates the Intellectual Property of, any Person.
Infringe means, in relation to Intellectual Property, infringing upon, misappropriating or violating the rights of any third party.
Infringe means (as applicable, depending on the context of the subject or object of the word Infringe) to infringe, misappropriate, use or disclose without authorization or otherwise violate Intellectual Property rights (whether direct, indirect, contributory, inducement or otherwise). The wordsInfringement” and “Infringing” have corresponding meanings. The termThird Party” means one or more persons or entities other than SVI, Bionics and their respective Affiliates.
Infringe and “Infringement” means any alleged or threatened (in writing) infringement, or misappropriation by a Third Party, of any Patent Rights.
Infringe means an assertion that a given item infringes, misappropriates, dilutes, unfairly competes with, constitutes unauthorized use of or otherwise violates the Intellectual Property Rights of any Person.
Infringe shall have a correlative meaning.