Christelle Delaleuf


Photo by Sebastian Pichler on Unsplash This week, we would like to tackle the difference between plagiarism and copyright infringement. Those two terms are closely related, however, remain different in certain aspects.  What are copyright and copyright infringement?   According to the Oxford dictionary, the definition of copyright is “the exclusive and assignable… Read More »

Plagiarism versus Copyright Infringement


  What is Didacta? The world’s largest education fair, Didacta – usually held in Germany – expands to Italy. The fair’s committee chose one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in Italy, Florence. Didacta Fierra will host more than 80 workshops as well as numerous seminars and activities around the… Read More »

PlagScan Goes to Didacta Italy – Firenze






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    Photo by Aliis Sinisalu on Unsplash   In our series about  Plagiarism in various industries, we previously wrote  on plagiarism in films and video games. This time, it will be about Plagiarism in literature and comics: as some of you are finally enjoying a good book during vacation to cope with… Read More »

4 cases of plagiarism in literature and comics.


Coming up with inspirational and persuading speeches is a great challenge for public figures like politicians. Eloquent communication is a big deal for politicians, who need to keep up with great speakers like Martin Luther King Jr, Margaret Thatcher or John F. Kennedy. Sometimes, it seems easier to take parts from… Read More »

The Most Recent Cases of Plagiarism in Politics



At this year’s paste©conference at the University of Cologne PlagScan CEO Markus Goldbach gave an answer to the question: “Why is plagiarism software fair?”. If want to know more about the conference itself please check our post here. We all agree that plagiarism is persona non grata in higher education. Students should not… Read More »

7 Reasons for Why Plagiarism Software is Fair