A tidal wave of spam has been growing on YouTube and it's one that sees your content being automatically turned into videos for spammers.
A recently-discovered case of plagiarism showcased the role of community in dealing with the problem online. But the case a sign of a new strategy?
When it comes to your content on the Web, who are your biggest threats? Depending on your industry, the answer might not be who you think.
The 30 days have passed and now it's time to reveal how the great Flattr experiment went. The results are, in a word, very mixed.
Digg has once again sparked controversy with its URL shortening service. Only now it has drawn the ire of both Webmasters and users alike.
Digg's latest feature, the DiggBar, has caused a great deal of controversy, including many calling it outright content theft.
A recent article on the New York Times site drew the attention of the Web to excerpting and the difficulty defining good vs. bad use. It's a touchy issue with no easy answers.
The rebirth of "The Plagiarism Checker" has made waves throughout social news sites and Twitter alike, but is the site worth the attention it has been getting?
The cease and desist letter has gone from a dying art to an art that is effectively dead. Why is that, what does it mean and what can be done?
After unofficially boycotting the site for several years, I've finally gotten around to creating my Facebook profile as well as a presence for Plagiarism Today.