Slashdot Items Tagged "plagiarism"

Date / Time Story
Monday March 07, 2016 @07:53AM Crossword Database Analysis Spots What Looks Like Plagiarism
Thursday September 10, 2015 @09:42AM An Algorithm To Stop Joke Plagiarists
Thursday December 11, 2014 @11:16AM Study of Massive Preprint Archive Hints At the Geography of Plagiarism
Friday August 30, 2013 @05:26PM Romanian Science In Freefall
Sunday December 16, 2012 @05:32PM When Writing, How Anonymous Can You Be, Really?
Tuesday November 13, 2012 @01:25PM Ask Slashdot: How To Catch Photoshop Plagiarism?
Thursday October 11, 2012 @07:58AM Pressure Rises On German Science Minister In Plagiarism Scandal
Thursday August 16, 2012 @10:28AM Dozens of Reported Plagiarism Incidents On Coursera's Free Online Courses
Monday July 16, 2012 @12:22PM Chicago Tribune Stops the Journatic Presses
Tuesday June 19, 2012 @11:42AM Romanian Prime Minister Accused of Plagiarism
Tuesday June 12, 2012 @08:12AM FunnyJunk v. the Oatmeal: Copyright Infringement Complaints As Defamation
Saturday September 10, 2011 @06:10PM Turnitin's Different Messages To Students, Teachers
Tuesday November 16, 2010 @09:50PM Cooks Source Magazine Apologizes — Sort Of
Monday November 15, 2010 @11:42PM Shadow Scholar Details Student Cheating
Friday November 12, 2010 @06:34PM After Online Defamation Suit, Dismissal of Malicious Prosecution Claim Upheld
Friday November 05, 2010 @12:03AM Cook's Magazine Claims Web Is Public Domain
Wednesday October 27, 2010 @02:05PM Software Finds Plagiarism In Research
Thursday July 01, 2010 @12:26PM Plagiarism Inc.
Friday May 14, 2010 @05:36PM In Argentina, Law Against Plagiarism Plagiarized
Wednesday April 21, 2010 @01:15AM Why Computer Science Students Cheat
Wednesday April 21, 2010 @12:39AM China's Research Ambitions Hurt By Faked Results
Friday February 12, 2010 @01:32PM Is Plagiarism In Literature Just Sampling?
Thursday January 07, 2010 @06:43PM Windows 7 Has Lots of "God Modes"
Friday April 10, 2009 @05:19AM Sunspot Activity Continues To Drop
Tuesday May 23, 2006 @12:31AM Bloggers are the New Plagiarism