What does no intentional copyright infringement mean

No copyright infringement intended

Explanation of the problem before the introduction of the
No copyright infringement intendedLicense.

No copyright infringement intended ([noʊ ˈkɒp.i.raɪt ɪnˈfrɪndʒ.mənt ɪnˈten.dɪd], short: CC / NC-II, German: "No copyright infringement is intended") is a license model that was originally developed by and for YouTube, but is also enjoying increasing popularity outside the video platform due to its high level of user-friendliness. In the past, before the publication and reproduction of a (film, music or language) work, exploitation or usage rights had to be obtained from the so-called "creator" (also: "author") and the latter may even be rewarded for his work, this is based new model no longer on the "right to the protection of intellectual property" [1], but instead on the "right to copy" (English: "copyright"). The prerequisite for the legality of such a distribution of a work is the declaration of intent in the so-called "disclaimer" (see right), not violating the rights of third parties to want, to a copyright infringement and the resulting consequences such as warnings or the like. to renounce (Waiver) and liability categorically to exclude (Disclaimer). This simplifies the legal situation so considerably that experts are currently discussing whether this model could also be transferred to other legal areas (“This is no Bank robbery").

With the subscription service currently planned by Google [2], the No copyright infringement intended-License becomes binding for all content on YouTube. The related negotiations with GEMA (and the associated demand to abolish itself) are proving difficult, however.

Modularity [to edit]

This is similar to the “Creative Commons” licenses [3] No copyright infringement intended-Model has a modular structure and can be supplemented with further information. Among other things, the following are still popular:

  • I do not own any rights (in short: CC / NC-II-NOT-BY, German: "I have no rights [to music / film ...]"). With this module, the user declares that he is in possession of a sound carrier or similar, but otherwise has no usage or exploitation rights to the work and does not know what it actually is.
  • For entertainment purposes only (in short: CC / NC-II-EO, German: "For entertainment purposes only"). The work may only be used for entertainment purposes. Danger: should you feel entertained by a (YouTube) video that is not under this license, you can be liable to prosecution!

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Individual evidence [to edit]

[3] ↑Since a copyright infringement can only be unintentional ("not intended") if there is a copyright infringement at all, the No copyright infringement intended- License not compatible with the "Creative Commons" licenses