unauthorized reproduction

See: fake
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Unauthorized reproduction of this newsletter or its contents by xerography, facsimile, or any other means is illegal.
Only unauthorized reproduction of the surface designs -- the lines and chevrons one typically associates with cheerleading uniforms -- would be prohibited.
Counterfeit item: an unlawful or unauthorized reproduction, substitution or alteration that has been knowingly mismarked, misidentified or otherwise misrepresented to be an authentic, unmodified item from the original manufacturer or a source with the express written authority of the original manufacturer or design activity, including an authorized aftermarket manufacturer.
There is no single definition for counterfeiting that is universally adopted; however, for the purposes of this discussion, it could be constructively defined as 'the unauthorized reproduction and distribution of products that are protected by intellectual property rights'.
It appears on screen after the previews and before the start of the movie, and states in no uncertain terms that the unauthorized reproduction or distribution of the copyrighted work is illegal--and punishable by both fines and jail time.
In defense of their unauthorized reproduction and sale of Fleming's artwork, explains the artist, ATI used the term 'fast and furious' to describe their standard operating procedure of receiving orders, printing, shipping and selling merchandise while dealing with artists and contracts.
Furthermore, the unauthorized use of a photograph downloaded from the Internet, even from a free site, infringes the copyright in the photograph regardless of the intent of the user, and a company is liable for such unauthorized reproduction by its employees, contractors or web designers.
In an earlier technology of audio tape cassettes, the unauthorized reproduction of music was made illegal to protect the lawful copyrights of those who originally produced the music.
21) Technology-based measures to thwart copyright infringement (usually unauthorized reproduction and distribution) include Internet video streaming protections, encrypted transmissions, and Content Scrambling Systems (CSS) on DVD media.
The anti-piracy seal warns that the unauthorized reproduction or distribution of copyrighted work is illegal and punishable by up to five years in prison and $250,000 in fines.