Plagiarism detections software used by the search engines has made the lives of plagiarists quite hard in the past few years. There was a time when you could expect some really funny content on websites – content that wasn’t related to your search at all and was only stuffed with unnecessary use of keywords. However, the technology improved and it gave search engines the power to assess the data across all servers and catch any plagiarism acts. Continue reading
What I fail to understand is why any student should commit plagiarism. Plagiarism is simple straight forward cheating; so what’s the point? To get a better score? To turn in an assignment on time? To me, it appears to be just sheer laziness that leads students not to do thorough research work and write original essays and term papers. It’s taking the easy road to score better grades. Sadly, it doesn’t work. Yes, you might think that it will work as you have managed to fool the teacher. But really, it’s going to come back at some point in your life to bite you. Continue reading
Plagiarism is the act of using or closely imitating the writing of another author without his/her permission. In other means, it is an infringement, piracy, counterfeiting, and theft. Plagiarism became so rampant especially after people started relying on the internet for conducting research that several lawsuits were filed against those committing plagiarism. Educational institutions revised their laws and any student caught plagiarizing was expelled. Continue reading
No wonder people are confused when they read about plagiarism on the internet. For as long as they are reading a blog from a person who blogs regularly with fresh and his own content, you will feel very bad about the act plagiarism.
However, as soon as you listen to the response of a person who supports plagiarism, you will be in a state of dilemma. The reasons are so profound and striking when they talk about plagiarism being the right thing that you are the almost half convinced half way that there is absolutely nothing wrong with plagiarism. Continue reading