Stopping Internet Plagiarism: The Long Haul

I’ve posted the sixth, and most likely final, chapter of the “Stopping Internet Plagiarism” series. The chapter, entitled “The Long Haul” delves into the complexities of dealing with the plagiarism struggle over a long period of time and handling dozens, if not hundreds, of cases.

The article offers suggestions for improving the reliability with which you close cases and tricks for speeding up the overall process of handling plagiarism incidents.

This chapter, as you might imagine, builds upon the previous chapters on the series. So, if you haven’t read any of the prior segments, here they are in order:

1. How to Find Plagiarism
2. Contacting a Plagiarist
3. Finding the Host
4. Contacting the Host
5. When All Else Fails
6. The Long Haul

As Always, feel free to comment on any of the articles. They will forever remain works in progress and will very likely be updated as things evolve.

[tags]Plagiarism, Copyright, Copyright Law, Content Theft[/tags]

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