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David was writing his master thesis in Beirut, Lebanon, when he came across the PlagScan job posting about the computational linguistics internship. He had just become more active in computational linguistics and said he saw a great opportunity to widen his horizon in the field while going on another adventure… Read More »

PlagScan’s New Computational Linguistics Intern Drives Progress on New Stylometric ...




The European Parliament has long recognized that online copyright regulations are due to adapt to the digital age. Vague and outdated laws have been leaving grey zones for content creators and transmission channels. Particularly when it comes to the establishment of a fair revenue share between content creators and internet… Read More »

The New Copyright Directive – The European Parliament’s Approval of ...


By our guest blogger Jane Sandwood. Globally, only half as many self-employed folks describe their well-being in positive terms, compared with people working full time for an employer. Self-employed writers juggle numerous roles, from producing content to bookkeeping, often logging long hours in isolation. It’s a recipe for burnout, which often manifests as… Read More »

How Writers Can Win the Battle Against Burnout




kartik adur
We’ve received a lot of applications for our frontend developer position during the last couple months. We had a difficult time to evaluate all the great candidates. However, we finally found the perfect fit for our team, whom we would like to welcome this week. Kartik Adur from Pune, India… Read More »

New Frontend Developer from India Joins the PlagScan Team




Genral Data Protection Regulation
  Photo by rawpixel on Unsplash   Ever since we have started as a mission-driven EdTech company in 2009, we remained dedicated to improving the quality of education and committed to ensuring data privacy. We have always strived to be transparent about our users’ data and enabled different restrictional settings regarding the availability… Read More »

PlagScan compliance to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)