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

When Contacting the Plagiarist Fails

There can be many instances when contacting the plagiarist fails. One of them is that the information posted is so old that even the website owner is no more taking care of the website. Many bloggers carry their blogs for some time and as soon as they get busy elsewhere, they forget about updating those blogs. Even the contact information on those blogs expires and they become unreachable. Continue reading

To Avoid Plagiarism, Correct Citing of Sources Is Important

How hard is it to cite some content?

How much time, work, energy, and money, it takes to cite someone’s work? There are hundreds of applications and types of software allowing people to catch plagiarism acts. People who have been copying content from others without citing the original source with the copied content have made their lives even harder due to their laziness and unwillingness to work within legal boundaries. Continue reading

How Reliable Is A Free Plagiarism Checker

A plagiarism checker is a software tool that has been developed to make sure that some work being published live is original and has not been copied fully or partially from an article written already and available on a website. Although, software to detect plagiarism is not always essential, there are instances when this can be the only method for determining without a doubt in case some of your work will be accepted on the internet as your own work. Continue reading