With so much negative news on plagiarism recently including many high profile figures losing their jobs and ruining their reputations, it is nice to share some positive news on the efforts that some are making to combat this problem.
Plagiarism in the news. This week we feature plagiarism stories from the word of cinema. James Braddock sued Angelina Jolie because he believed that she had used his book as basis for her 2011 movie “In The Land of Blood & Honey”.
Academicplagiarism: plagiarism news for Feb 28th, 2013. This week's main stories explore the many challenges that colleges and universities across the U.S. encounter as a result of students' plagiarizing on their college applications.
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