It is suggested, therefore, that unauthorized distribution
and its consequences are socially constructed and shaped by social norms and meanings that make (some) sexts valuable in the peer group, and so promote distribution and the social shaming of "exposed" sexters (Angelides, 2013; Crofts et al., 2015; Hasinoff, 2015).
Prior to the mid-1990s, unauthorized distribution
exerted relatively little effect on the major content industries; content industry gatekeepers blocked unauthorized copies, and "natural" protections inherent in the media and manner in which content was disseminated limited reproduction and distribution of those copies that reached the public.
"(A) has developed plans to effectively combat the unauthorized distribution
of copyrighted material, including through the use of a variety of technology-based deterrents; and
Protecting personal information from unauthorized distribution
As long as a stream has the flag, and a device has the intelligence to recognize it, unauthorized distribution
of content would be very difficult.
"In addition to the obvious loss of revenue and increased liability for brand owners, counterfeiting and unauthorized distribution
can significantly damage the value of a brand in the eyes of the consumer.
and other developers and distributors of the free services said the defendants had ''developed and control a network largely dedicated to the repeated and exploitative unauthorized distribution
and reproduction of plaintiff's protected works.''
("We think it's lame that a company that built its business through unauthorized distribution
would consider Percolator to be an unauthorized use of their resources," a note on the Angry Coffee site explains, "but they're entitled to their opinion.")
11 regarding the unauthorized distribution
of the previously unregistered fertilizer and, following an investigation, issued a Notice of Correction June 5 for legal infractions.
The leaked document was marked "Unclassified Controlled Nuclear Information, Not For Public Dissemination." Unauthorized distribution
of UCNI information, according to DOE spokesman Stuart Nagurka, is subject to "a civil fine of up to $100,000 and a criminal penalty of up to two years in prison."
We were suspicious that there might have been some unauthorized distribution
of our product occurring, so we sent one of our engineers over [to the market] incognito with the specific task of trying to buy our compressors from as many distributors as possible.