12.12.16A Fight Against Plagiarism among Students is Getting Serious
Nowadays in the technical era, we hear about different stories concerning plagiarism scandals in the educational sector more frequently. The news mentions that even some professors' dissertations are qualified as cases of plagiarism, and it, obviously, may cost them the whole professional career.
28.10.165 Ways to Protect Your Copyright
Copyright protects intellectual property: web content, software, video and audio records, articles, art and scholarly works. Copyright doesn’t allow other people to use your creative product without your permission. It allows you to take fee for using your product.
05.10.16Ten Famous Cases of Plagiarism in Music
Plagiarism in music is a contradictory phenomenon. Taking into account a great number of performers in the world and an even bigger number of songs, it is virtually possible to create something unique.
28.09.16Tips for Video Blogger: Copyright on YouTube
There are lots of videos, music and images on the Net, and it’s a real challenge to understand who they belong to. When it comes to copyright you need to keep your eyes open, otherwise you may lose an opportunity to make a profit out of your videos.
12.09.16Top-10 Facts About Plagiarism
Read about 10 most interesting and little known facts about plagiarism
25.08.16Reform of Copyright in Canada
Canada is one of the leading fronts of the war of both the copyright owners and the Internet. Despite the excellent copyright laws, the country always gets in the State Department's list of USTR301 for ‘support of piracy’.
Plagiarism is bad and the word 'a plagiarist' is almost a curse. We know it from childhood. And yet, few of the great creators in various fields from science to music in their life avoided accusations of plagiarism.
19.07.16The History of Copyright and it’s Principles
In Greece, Roman Empire or in Middle ages of Europe, there was no problem with something that today is called intellectual property. Paintings were drawn for months and usually on the walls in the mural or mosaic forms. Books were copied by entire monasteries, and the bookmarket was so small and so out-of-bounds, that even the authors couldn’t measure the edition of their works. However, the writers of the time died in agony without an heir behind. So no one cared about the problem.