When dating online, most people know the basic safety tips, but few check for plagiarism though it can help catch bots and online scammers.
With so many companies trying to develop their own plagiarism detection tools, here's why it's no easy feat and why it's so easy to create a bad product.
Plaghunter aims to create a Copyscape for images, providing a simple, automated way for visual artists to track their work online. But does it work?
PlagairismDetect claims to have a superior plagiarism detection service, but is it worth the price?
Plagiarism.Pro provides some unique settings and features for a plagiarism checker, but it slips when trying to perform even the most basic search.
One of the most common questions I get asked is how often should one check for infringements. The answer is easy to find out.
PlagSpotter claims to have improved its service to fix its weaknesses. How well did it do and is it ready to compete with Copyscape?
PlagSpotter has taken aim at Copyscape to be the new major duplicate content/plagiarism detector. Does it hold up to the task?
As teachers and content creators rely more and more on plagiarism detection, they often lose sight of just how limited even the best tools are...
PlagScan, a German plagiarism detection service, certainly has fans all over the globe, but can it track your content online?