Society and Technology’s Part in Digital Plagiarism

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.

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Increasing Problem of Plagiarism Due to Social Media

As the 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

Finding Out If Your Work Is Being Plagiarized By Someone

Plagiarism has become very common, and precisely notorious, on the internet since last few decades. Your masterpieces and creative work are not that safe if you have posted them on your website or somewhere. You mostly hear news about plagiarism nowadays that someone plagiarized someone’s work and got caught or someone is fighting with plagiarists on the internet. Continue reading

How to Make a Plagiarism Defense Strategy

Plagiarism is certainly a bad practice that not only imperils your own academic repute, but also hinders the scientific discovery process. Often plagiarism may even initiate legal actions if the writers decide that the work actually done by them is being misused. However, in academic context, plagiarism is usually not viewed as a legal breach, but as an extremely unethical conduct. Have you recently been accused of Plagiarism? Knowing how to make a plagiarism defence strategy is important as it can protect you from being expelled or punished. Continue reading