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What to do When You Become a Victim of Plagiarism

A victim is quite a strong word we usually use in cases when someone has been seriously harmed or injured by other people (with the exception of cases when we use this word within the humorous context, i.e. “the victim of a hoax”). And rightfully so we say “a victim of plagiarism” when someone’s work has been used and published without any author’s consent. This isn’t a small problem as it may seem at first. Dealing with plagiarism is a stressful endeavor and it assumes a lot of work to be made in order to compensate the harm that has been done. Additionally, one should know that this process will likely take months or, in some ca...

Be original. How to get fresh ideas for your blog?

All of us at some point read some blogs, maybe most of us are even subscribed to specific bloggers as it is a convenient way to have access to some interesting reads. As a matter of fact, not only reading some blogs can be interesting and fun, the blogging itself can be can be an engaging activity. There are obviously some people who have no other choice but write articles for the website blog as directed by a manager. But there are bloggers who do it because they actually enjoy the process; some of them even make money on professional blogging. But both categories sooner or later face a common problem: it is very frustrating if ...

When Plagiarism Can Be Useful

Plagiarism is a going concern in many areas. People steal ideas, parts of text, research works, songs and poems, and use the borrowed information as their own achievements. When plagiarism facts become known to the public, offenders may bear serious punishment. The punishment for plagiarism may include termination of the work contract, expel from university or college, deprivation of rank or title, financial claims or political consequences. However, sometimes it is difficult if not impossible to determine whether the material is plagiarized. Besides, there is a chance of coincidence. And, in such cases, so-called “plagiarism” is n...

Plagiarism Lawsuits. Top 10 Most Interesting Cases

The term plagiarism refers to using ideas, text, research and other types of intellectual property without giving a credit to the original owner of the intellectual property right. Plagiarism cases may occur in various spheres of culture and education, including cinematography, poetry and writing, scientific research, songs etc. There are even some known plagiarism cases in the national symbols of the states, like plagiarizing of national anthem or flag colors. Plagiarism laws and policies have been developed and adopted in legislative systems of the most developed countries. Obviously, the person that is caught on plagiarism has ...

Plagiarism in Russia: Top Funny Incidents

Plagiarism is a huge problem in modern Russian universities. While the particular problem was not even an issue in the times of Soviet Union known for its upraised standards of higher education, current situation with plagiarism in Russia has a drastic nature. The evolution of the internet and the availability of an access to unlimited content procreated a serious problem. The other side of the coin is weak legislative basement. Only few Russian universities have real policies that prohibit Russian students from using copy-pasted contend without proper attribution to the original source of information. Namely, the Moscow State ...

9 Facts About the Plagiarism that You Ought to Learn

One of the major problems not only in the academe but also in the corporate world, entertainment arena, and all other avenues is plagiarism. There are various problems arising on the grounds of the critical issue of plagiarism. This stems from the reason that he notion of plagiarism to many people is still vague or unclear. Plagiarism being an act of intellectual dishonesty is defined by the acts of stealing the ideas and innovations of others and trying to show ownership of these. Here are relevant facts to learn about plagiarism: Plagiarism is a crime regardless of whether or not you are consciously or unconsciously doing it. ...

What You Need To Know About Plagiarism

A Closer Look at Plagiarism There are a lot of people who may still be having doubts as to what does plagiarism really mean and how it is really defined. The act of plagiarism is not only constrained to copying the work, but it may be considered as stealing someone else’s idea, which may truly be frustrating for someone who has devoted a lot of time and effort to really establish the work and even shared it to others, most especially if it is readily available once you browse through the Internet. Bear in mind to always cite where you were able to get that particular information in order to avoid getting accused of plagiarizing so...

A Few Words about Plagiarism Laws

The Law of Plagiarism is something that has created quite a stir at some universities and colleges. Making some students, who have committed plagiarism, assume that what they have done is not really something that could, affect their studies, or even somewhat be an event that would affect their status in school. The law affirms that any educational institution, like that of any college and / or university, decrees that these educational institutions would have to deliberate on the student’s conduct, and at times, is noted to say that plagiarism is an academic offense, not a legal offense. This simply is a misconception, and which is...

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