Hero Forge and the Controversy Over Miniature Copyright

A recent controversy over the Hero Forge terms of service sent shockwaves through the miniature community. Here's what's actually going on.

Why Do Universities Keep Getting Caught Plagiarizing?

Over the past few months, at least three universities have faced allegations of administrator plagiarism. Why is it happening and what can be learned from it?

The Three Types of Plagiarism Analyses

There is more than one type of plagiarism analysis. Different situations require different approaches. Here are the three major types you'll encounter.

Remembering Dr. Tracey Bretag

Yesterday the academic integrity world was saddened to learn about the passing of Dr. Tracey Bretag. Tracey was an amazing academic whose work is critical to the field.

Google Docs (Finally) Adds Citation Support

Google Docs has introduced a new citation tool. While it's a great new feature, it's far from the powerful game-changer that many are hoping it would be.

Copyright News

3 Count: Not Taking It

Cloudflare argues against liability in Thothub case, Philippines piracy remains high as neighbors see drops and Dee Snider has harsh words for Clive Palmer.

3 Count: Canadian Supreme

Canadian Supreme Court to hear Access Copyright case, Katy Perry case heads to the Ninth Circuit and John Fogerty C&Ds the Trump campaign.

3 Count: False Advertising

Freeplay Music hits back at false advertising claims, German copyright bill includes upload filters and Italian court order Cloudflare to block pirate site.

3 Count: Jurisdictional Battles

Stream ripper petitions the Supreme Court on jurisdictional issues, Clive Palmer trial to go ahead as planned and Smart TVs raise privacy and piracy fears.

3 Count: The Missing Missing Link

Tennis website sued over Instagram embed, Australian Senate committee declines to take copyright of Aboriginal flag and Nintendo shutters fan game.

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