It’s amazing how the internet has helped people all over the world easily find the information they need in just a few clicks. Everything you need to know regardless of the topic you can now find it online.
Thanks to the prolific writers who have contributed to providing useful information on the internet. Unfortunately, not all writers are true to their work. Some simply copy what they read online and claim that it’s their own. But this habit of copying somebody else’s work is definitely not helpful to both students and professionals as it can only adversely affect your standing in school and in your the organization you’re working for. For freelance writers, plagiarism could mean the end of your writing career.
Plagiarism may not be considered a criminal or civil offense but it is an illegal act, explained a San Diego criminal lawyer from SevensLegal. This is because the act violates a person’s intellectual property rights and the person guilty of this can be sued in court for copyright violation. Continue reading
Originally posted on January 31, 2015 @ 6:08 am