There are many ways to find the plagiarists of your work. You can search a part of your original content through the search engines and see if any links other than your own website or blogs show up. If not, you can try changing the content or remove quotes. You might be able to find some plagiarist. The ideal situation is that you don’t find any website where your content is re-used without your permission. Continue reading
Where technology has made life easier for us, it has also made undertaking criminal activities simpler. You can easily download movies, songs and even others’ papers for free from the internet. It is entirely unethical yet available to all.
So is the case with any kind of content we talk about. However, it is again technology that has enabled us to verify such crimes. In the case of content, you can easily check using plagiarism-checking software if the content was plagiarized or not and how much was the percentage of the copied content.
As much is it important to find out if your content is being plagiarized, it is also important to know what to do once you find out. You are definitely not helpless. And, you definitely do not need to stay quiet. If you do, you encourage the plagiarist to do so again. He/she would not only steal your content but others’ as well. By trying to stop it at your end, you might be helping a lot of other writers, who should be admired for their work. Continue reading
It is quite obvious that when information has become so widespread that anyone from any corner of the world can access all type of information. This convenience comes with a few great inconveniences too, which includes believing in wrong information as correct and even worse, to copy it and spread it further.
Anyone consulting multiple resources for information might end up believing in wrong facts as a result of finding the same information through different sources.
Plagiarism is defined as literary theft, where one steals the writing of someone else and publishes it as their own. It can be on a student level, where students steal or copy someone else’s assignments. It can be on article writing; one writer steals someone else’s words and submits it as their own. It can even beat the research level, where one researcher copies another’s work and publishes it as their own work. Continue reading