plagiarising

Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of plagiarise.

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Examples

  • Doesn't matter if you're not directly plagiarising the text but just using ideas -- characters and settings -- that "can't be copyrighted."

    Archive 2010-05-01

  • What Masnick spectacularly fails to see is that even if this were true, even if copyright legislation became so wildly draconian, in the cloud-cuckoo-land of an imagined future, as to render all new creative work open to challenge, all those existing in-copyright works they were purportedly plagiarising would be themselves contestable.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • In the same way I do not rejoice at the news that Johann Hari, my old bête noire, who I last saw only to vent my spleen over the Iraq War has come a cropper over what I suspected to be his record of plagiarising other peoples work.

    Mark Seddon: Abusing George Orwell

  • What Masnick spectacularly fails to see is that even if this were true, even if copyright legislation became so wildly draconian, in the cloud-cuckoo-land of an imagined future, as to render all new creative work open to challenge, all those existing in-copyright works they were purportedly plagiarising would be themselves contestable.

    Creative Control - Part 2

  • Now for the plagiarising corner, it is down the corridor, first left and then a hard right or you can follow me if you like, that's where I'm headed.

    Quick crossword No 12,709

  • In the same way I do not rejoice at the news that Johann Hari, my old bête noire, who I last saw only to vent my spleen over the Iraq War has come a cropper over what I suspected to be his record of plagiarising other peoples work.

    Mark Seddon: Abusing George Orwell

  • I hope that I will not be accused of plagiarising when I make that claim, but to the best of my knowledge it was me.

    Mark Seddon: Abusing George Orwell

  • Or how about the time Harding was caught plagiarising word-for-word from Moscow publication The eXile?

    Press freedom: Retreat from Moscow | Editorial

  • I hope that I will not be accused of plagiarising when I make that claim, but to the best of my knowledge it was me.

    Mark Seddon: Abusing George Orwell

  • It is not that "intellectual property" is "stolen" -- like a plagiarised sentence is somehow removed from the original work when it's spliced into the plagiarising text -- but that the terms of use have been breached.

    Archive 2010-02-01

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