Detecting Plagiarism

In the world of the Internet today, securing your content from misuse has become absolutely impossible. It also sometimes becomes difficult to find out who used your stuff. Most of the times, you do not get to learn about your stuff being used without you getting even know about it or getting the credit you deserve unless the content is posted publicly, somewhere online or published otherwise. Continue reading

Increasing Problem of Plagiarism Due to Social Media

As media has been advancing, it has become difficult to avoid plagiarism. Plagiarism in its many forms has become a part of the social world. The content we see and share daily on different social networking websites is mostly disregarded of its origination. There either is considered no requirement to use the original source of such content or information or there is not much space provided by the websites to share the information as well as the source in detail; this happens in the case of Twitter. Continue reading

How Plagiarism Takes Place In Graphic Designing

Many people believe that plagiarism is only limited to written material but that’s true: even graphic designing is prone to plagiarism and in fact, it is being highly affected by this practice these days. Even worse is the fact that many creative and unique graphic designs are copied and posted on the internet before the owner or creator of that design even finalizes the work. And this is a big quandary for graphic designers because even a search engine gives higher rank to the content that was posted earlier. All your hard work could easily end in smoke if you don’t keep your ideas hidden until the last day. Continue reading

Is Plagiarized Content Considered a Copyright Infringement?

There is a very little difference between the act of plagiarism and the copyright infringement as both of these occur in the commercial, professional, academic and social fields. Basically, plagiarism is defined by the act of copying and using someone’s data and without acknowledging the original source or attributing to the real source the data is used and owned by the writer as if it is his or her original work. Continue reading

Designing of Assessments that can Prevent Plagiarism

Designing assessments that can prevent plagiarism has been developed within the electronic media platforms. These platforms have been designed especially to highlight the plagiarism which has been used in the text. Due to the availability of these designed assessments, the whole paragraphs and documents can be checked and analyzed easily. The assessments which prevent plagiarism have been marked as combat for the writers, authors and other sources present around the web portaging. There are many activities and assessments which have been designed and organized for the prevention of plagiarism. Continue reading