With the return to school I've been focusing heavily on academic plagiarism. We've looked at the accidental plagiarism excuse, discussed how to use a...
Recent research seems to indicate that students, despite information available, don't understand plagiarism adequately. Why is that the case?
The team of Criminal Minds may battle a lot of sick and twisted killers, but what happens when they had to catch a serial plagiarist/murder?
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YouTube's copyright system is both complicated and convoluted, but here's a short breakdown of how it works and how to work within it.
One of the key YouTube lawsuits has been dismissed as composer Wendy Carlos has voluntarily dismissed her lawsuit against YouTuber Lewis Bond.
With the recent activity in the H3H3 lawsuit, several of you asked questions about the case that I'll attempt to answer in this video.