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Archived Since:September 23, 2008

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3 Count: Screener Door

Warner Bros. settles lawsuit over leaked Oscar screeners, Kim Dotcom vows to sue the New Zealand government and Hamilton creators settle merch lawsuit. The post 3 Count: Screener Door appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

3 Count: Making Arguments

Web host Steadfast wins dismissal of lawsuit against them, Vimeo asks Supreme Court to not hear appeal and Copyright Alliance backs Oracle vs. Google. The post 3 Count: Making Arguments appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

Who Holds the Copyright to an Essay Mill Paper?

When students buy papers off of essay mill sites, they are paying for an easy grade. However, are they also getting the copyright to the work? The post Who Holds the Copyright to an Essay Mill Paper? appeared first on Plagiarism Tod...

3 Count: Extradition Decision

New Zealand High Court rules Kim Dotcom can be extradited to the U.S., Google/Bing reach deal over pirate results and Bieber accused of ducking deposition. The post 3 Count: Extradition Decision appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

3 Count: Timeless Again

Lawsuit against NBC show Timeless survives motion to dismiss, creators in Australia join forces to oppose reform and BMG awarded another $8 million from Cox. The post 3 Count: Timeless Again appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

5 Reasons People Plagiarize (And How to Stop Them)

Taking a moment to understand why people plagiarize is often the first step to preventing plagiarism. Fortunately, the reasons are straightforward. The post 5 Reasons People Plagiarize (And How to Stop Them) appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

3 Count: Lucifer’s Reckoning

Battle over pen-and-paper RPG turns ugly, EU moves closer to implementing the Marrakesh Treaty and Warner Bros. sued over Lucifer's theme. The post 3 Count: Lucifer’s Reckoning appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

3 Count: Final Rain

Oracle to appeal fair use verdict in case against Google, Zillow hit with $8.3 million judgement over photographs and Blind Melon settles No Rain dispute. The post 3 Count: Final Rain appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

3 Count: Copyrighted Law

Songwriters appeal dismissal in lawsuit against DOJ, Rojadirecta ordered to shutter by Spanish court and when can a federal law be copyright protected? The post 3 Count: Copyrighted Law appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

3 Count: Beyoncé Again

Beyonce sued over alleged illegal sampling, film studios sue to block streaming pirate sites in Ireland and Google agrees to cooperate with rightsholders. The post 3 Count: Beyoncé Again appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

Academic Plagiarism, Real Courts

Unsatisfied with academic tribunals and disciplinary hearings, some students have taken their plagiarism cases to real courts. The post Academic Plagiarism, Real Courts appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

3 Count: NOT Funny

Conan O'Brien moves for summary judgment in joke theft lawsuit, European Commission seeks help in ratifying treaty for the blind and Spinrilla sued by RIAA. The post 3 Count: NOT Funny appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

3 Count: Duran Duran’s Appeal

Duran Duran appeals its copyright reversion loss, streamers in Australia may face legal action and Denuvo falls again, but for a different reason. The post 3 Count: Duran Duran’s Appeal appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

3 Count: Virtual Insanity

ZeniMax Media wins $500 million judgment against Oculus, Italian government shutters 50 domains pirating news content and Texas A&M sued for infringement. The post 3 Count: Virtual Insanity appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

The Betsy Davos Plagiarism Scandal

Betsy DeVos, President Trump's pick to head the Department of Education, is now the subject of a plagiarism scandal. Here's a breakdown of the allegations. The post The Betsy Davos Plagiarism Scandal appeared first on Plagiarism Tod...

3 Count: Scrapped Plans

FCC scraps plans to open up the cable set-top box, Sweden looks at strengthening their copyright laws and ESPN and BMI settle dispute over ambient music. The post 3 Count: Scrapped Plans appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

How to Submit a DMCA Notice to Facebook

Facebook is the largest social network and one of the largest hosts. But if you need to file a DMCA notice with Facebook, the process can be a challenge. The post How to Submit a DMCA Notice to Facebook appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

3 Count: Denuvo’s Defeat

Denuvo DRM cracked within one week of release of Resident Evil 7, Bollywood faces pre-release piracy challenges and BREIN shuts down piracy "cinema". The post 3 Count: Denuvo’s Defeat appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

3 Count: Strikeout

Copyright Alert System closes its doors in the U.S., The Turtles and SiriusXM battle over what is a "win" and YouTube skirt ContentID comically. The post 3 Count: Strikeout appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

Guest Post: Trump’s Copycake

Today we have a guest post from Diane Klein at the University of La Verne discussing President Trump's cake plagiarism scandal. The post Guest Post: Trump’s Copycake appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

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