According to dictionary:
adjective well known for some bad quality or deed.
But sometimes I see news or people say:
- infamous [person]
- infamous [movie]
and I checked these person or movie don't have bad manners or bad quality at all, and it sounds to me "infamous" in these cases more positive (or I am wrong). So should I understand "infamous" with a negative meaning?
EDIT: For example, one video went viral about a dad having an interview at home and his toddler broke into the room, it was funny, and the event was harmless (I guess). And now I am reading this article: It’s Been Exactly 12 Months Since The Infamous BBC Dad On-Air Blooper. If according to dictionary, then it means bad deed. But this event went viral and peope loved it.