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The behavior of people who won’t get the vaccine is infringing on our liberties.
HOW TO HANDLE THE INFURIATING ‘HERE WE GO AGAIN’ FEELING AS THE DELTA VARIANT RAGESSTACEY COLINOAUGUST 24, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Because it seems not a week goes by without another company launching a new product or service to infringe on their turf, claiming heightened agility, superior technology, better value or just finer instincts to serve media solutions to clients.
‘GIVING THEM A SUCCINCT ROADMAP’: BLUEPRINT IS JUST THE LATEST TECH THAT’S EMPOWERING MARKETERS TO GO IN-HOUSEMICHAEL BÜRGIAUGUST 12, 2021DIGIDAY
In four lawsuits filed last week, the Colorado-based shoe manufacturer claims that knockoffs are infringing on the “iconic design” of its $50 clog, widely recognized for its clunky shape and ventilation holes.
CROCS ACCUSES WALMART, HOBBY LOBBY AND NEARLY 20 OTHER BRANDS OF COPYING ITS ‘ICONIC DESIGN’ABHA BHATTARAIJULY 23, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Fiercely protective of the pattern on its toothpaste, they wrote letters to rivals who, they felt, were infringing on their copyright.
DREW PISARRA’S ‘DANGEROUSLY FUNNY AND QUEERLY INVENTIVE BRAIN’KATHI WOLFEJULY 23, 2021WASHINGTON BLADE
While that data can provide brands crucial insights into consumer habits, experts say brands need to be careful that they don’t infringe on customers’ privacy.
HOW A SHOE RETAILER BUILT UP ITS FIRST-PARTY DATA USING EMAILED RECEIPTSERIKA WHELESSJULY 9, 2021DIGIDAY
Yeagar said Ramos told her that he felt as if he was consistently infringing upon others in face-to-face encounters.
DEFENSE EXPERTS SAY CAPITAL GAZETTE SHOOTER WAS DRIVEN BY MENTAL DISORDERS. PROSECUTORS SAY HE WAS OUT FOR REVENGE.KATIE METTLER, EMILY DAVIESJULY 8, 2021WASHINGTON POST
While the government accuses social media companies of infringing on the nation’s digital sovereignty, tech companies say the rules violate users’ rights to privacy.
AUTOMAKER STELLANTIS PLANS MAJOR INVESTMENT TO ELECTRIFY BRANDS INCLUDINGJEEP, RAM AND FIATJULY 8, 2021WASHINGTON POST
People have the right to film the police, and efforts by the police to infringe on this right are unconstitutional.
AN OFFICER PLAYED A TAYLOR SWIFT SONG TO KEEP HIS RECORDING OFF YOUTUBE. INSTEAD IT WENT VIRAL.JULIAN MARKJULY 2, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Shortly after, the right-leaning think-tank Idaho Freedom Foundation released a video arguing that the state’s virus restrictions were hurting Idahoans and infringing upon their rights.
IDAHO LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR BANNED MASK MANDATES WHILE THE GOVERNOR WAS OUT OF TOWN. IT DIDN’T LAST.DEREK HAWKINSMAY 28, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Others say making involuntary treatment easier could lead to unnecessary and traumatizing hospitalizations and infringe on patients’ autonomy.
MENTAL HEALTH LAW IS FLAWED, CRITICS SAY AFTER SHOOTING THAT LEFT THREE DEADALISON KNEZEVICH, JEAN MARBELLAMAY 19, 2021WASHINGTON POST
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WORDS RELATED TO INFRINGE

  • breaks in
  • bursts in
  • collides
  • infringes
  • interrupts
  • intrudes
  • muscle in
  • pushes
  • shoves
  • stumbles
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