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There’s not much left that can be said about the Jayson Blair scandal. The New York Times, the paper where Blair worked, spent more than 7,000 words on it in the immediate aftermath. Jayson Blair wrote a critically and commercially-panned book on it. Show More Summary
Supreme Court denies Abbott & Costello heirs writ in case against Hand to God, ReDigi receives expedite appeal and Vodlocker creates new piracy API. The post 3 Count: You’re Out appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Yet another figure close to President Trump faces allegations of plagiarism. However, the David Clarke plagiarism scandal is a bit different... The post The David Clarke Plagiarism Scandal appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Photographer sues RNC over use of her image in an attack ad, Wikipedia launches campaign for Australian fair use and John Steele finally disbarred. The post 3 Count: Attack Ads appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
ZeniMax Media has already won one judgment against Facebook-owned Oculus, here's the story of the lawsuit and its impact on virtual reality. The post Virtual Insanity: Copyright and the Future of VR appeared first on Plagiarism Toda...
EU Parliament approves content portability rules, ExtraTorrent closes its doors for good and Disney refuses to pay Pirates of the Caribbean hackers. The post 3 Count: Portable Content appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
I've been asked a lot of plagiarism questions over the years, but there's one that stands out as the worst and least useful. The post The Plagiarism Question I Hate the Most appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
ZeniMax sues Samsung over Gear VR, Take-Two argues tattoos in sports games are de minimis and sports broadcaster gets pre-piracy injunctions. The post 3 Count: Tattoo Removal appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
FilmOn settles its dispute with the networks, Conan O'Brien may have to face joke theft lawsuit in court and Rugby clips lead to a battle down under. The post 3 Count: FilmOn, FilmOut appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
In all of the discussion about plagiarism, the reasons for citing your sources often get lost. So, here's three reasons to cite and to cite religiously. The post Why Cite? Three Reasons to Cite Your Sources appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Urban Outfitters and Harley Davidson settle their spat, court upholds GNU GPL as an enforceable contract and Eminem's New Zealand trial wraps up. The post 3 Count: GPL Enforcement appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Many students think that high school or college is the last time they'll ever have to think about plagiarism. However, that's often not the case. The post 5 Things to Remember About Plagiarism After Graduation appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Google takes German publisher lawsuit to the European Court of Justice, five men sentenced for running Swedish pirate sites and more! The post 3 Count: European Vacation appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Turn Down for What targeted by Blurred Lines lawyer, Warner signs new deal with YouTube, albiet begrudgingly, and John Oliver lampoons New Zealand. The post 3 Count: Turn Down for Copyright appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Star Trek, often referred to as Star Trek: The Original Series to distinguish it the latter shows it launched, is one of the all-time classic science fiction series. Telling the story of Captain Kirk and the starship Enterprise, the show paints a picture of a galaxy-faring human race three centuries in the future. Show More Summary
Trump administration weighs in on dancing baby case, Norwegian Supreme Court sides with ISP in battle against copyright troll and Sony Music sues Applebees. The post 3 Count: Applebee’s Noise Pollution appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
UK passes second Digital Economy Act, U.S. Senate introduces bill to directly appoint Register of Copyrights and Vkontakte launches legit music streaming. The post 3 Count: Digital Economy Redux appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Disney wins appeal in Pirates of the Caribbean case, WIPO's copyright committee has a new head and Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild fan game pulled. The post 3 Count: Catch and Release appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Controversial French Presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has been accused of plagiarizing her opponent in a speech. For the U.S., it's deja vu. The post The Marine Le Pen Plagiarism Scandal appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Hacker releases Orange is the New Black on piracy sites early, Eminem sues New Zealand political party over ad and USTR releases special 301 report. The post 3 Count: Lost Myself appeared first on Plagiarism Today.