Definitions

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  • n. One who infringes.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who infringes or violates; a violator.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who infringes or violates; a violator.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The infringer is only identified by an IP address, so the suits are named literally against John Doe.

    RIAA: a defense lawyer’s view

  • But Tim Reynolds, a lawyer for the recording labels, recounted Tenenbaum's history of file-sharing from 1999 to 2007, describing him as "a hardcore, habitual, long-term infringer who knew what he was doing was wrong."

    chicagotribune.com -

  • But Tim Reynolds, a lawyer for the recording labels, recounted Tenenbaum's history of file-sharing from 1999-2007, describing him as "a hardcore, habitual, long-term infringer who knew what he was doing was wrong."

    Nashuatelegraph.com local, state, business and sports news

  • But often the only party to download from the infringer is the RIAA.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » More from the Copyright Wars:

  • Mr. Scantleberry had admitted that the infringer was his stepson, and we were in the process settling with him shortly before his passing.

    Boing Boing: August 13, 2006 - August 19, 2006 Archives

  • But Timothy M. Reynolds, one of the lawyers for the record labels, countered that "the defendant is a hard-core, habitual, long-term infringer who knew what he was doing was wrong but did it anyway. ''

    Boston.com Most Popular

  • "The list of IP addresses attached to VPR's complaint suggests, in at least some instances, a similar disconnect between IP subscriber and copyright infringer… The infringer might be the subscriber, someone in the subscriber's household, a visitor with her laptop, a neighbor, or someone parked on the street at any given moment."

    Ars Technica

  • "But a lawyer for the recording labels is calling Tenenbaum a 'hardcore, habitual, long-term infringer' who knew what he was doing was wrong," reported the

    Christian Science Monitor | Top Stories

  • I never did sue anyone, certainly not the ACLU, for flagrantly using freedom of expression without permission, though there were a couple instances when I strategically targeted an "infringer" with a Cease and Desist letter.

    Kembrew McLeod: The Day I Killed Freedom of Expression

  • Domain name disputes and litigation exist in a legal environment with very few solid defenses for the "infringer" defendant, whether innocent, unintentional or willful.

    Christina Gagnier: Online Seizure and Counterfeit Bill: Burning the House to Roast the Pig

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