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    1. Essays for sale: a new wave of plagiarism

      The Irish TimesMay 16 11:09 PM

      Students who use online essay-writing services face sanction if caught. As for the final product, our experiment suggests such work is far from guaranteed to pass

    2. Tokyo 2020 Olympic organisers on Monday unveiled a new "snake-eye" logo nearly eight months after the original choice was scrapped over a plagiarism scandal. The new emblem -- with roots in feudal Japan -- was created by Tokyo-based designer Asao Tokolo and features a circular indigo-coloured Japanese traditional chequered pattern above the words "Tokyo 2020" and the Olympic rings. Tokyo ...

    3. Timothy Parker and USA Today part ways as a result of FiveThirtyEight's plagiarism investigation.

    4. As the Taurus case draws near, one of many such music plagiariasm cases, it's worth considering the underlying issues.

    5. 6 Strategies to Develop Research Skills as an Online Student

      U.S.News & World Report via Yahoo! NewsMay 06 06:00 AM

      As an undergraduate student in the early 1990s, I have vivid memories of my professors repeatedly demanding that I "cite my sources." Students had a healthy fear of plagiarism instilled in them, coupled with a mandate to support original ideas through the authoritative writings of experts. Online students now have oceans of information at their fingertips, a double-edged sword creating an ...

    6. Tokyo 2020 unveils new logo after plagiarism claims

      Reuters via Yahoo! SportsApr 25 01:19 AM

      By Minami Funakoshi TOKYO (Reuters) - Tokyo 2020 organizers unveiled a new Olympic logo featuring traditional Japanese designs on Monday, seven months after they were forced to scrap the original motif over accusations of plagiarism. "It took me a long time to create this logo -- it's like my own child," Tokyo-based artist Asao Tokoro, who designed the winning emblem, told a packed news ...

    7. Clues led to discovery of similarities to puzzles in the New York Times Crossword puzzles compiled by a man accused of plagiarism will no longer be published in the American daily newspaper USA Today. According to a statement issued by his syndication agent, Universal Uclick , Timothy Parker will not return to USA Today as its crosswords editor. Nor will his work appear in any publication owned...

    8. The hottest food trend of the past five years may be food plagiarism. And the examples go way beyond the Cronut.

    9. Copycats in the kitchen

      Seattle TimesApr 26 06:08 AM

      The hottest food trend of the past five years may be food plagiarism. And the examples go way beyond the Cronut.

    10. Columnist's cut-and-paste journalism draws lame response from management.

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