Plagiarism News


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 Vague and outdated laws have been leaving grey zones for content creators and transmission channels.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 ...


Britain is acclaimed for its outstanding educational institutions. Among them, top universities like Oxford and Cambridge. Thousands of international students are seeking to attend reputable British higher education institutions each year. This week, however, education experts in Britain ring alarm bells for Britain’s well-known education standard. Shocking numbers have been… Read More »

Shocking Numbers for Britain’s Educational Sector Revealed by Newspaper Research



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Where do essay mills come from? Academic Fraud has not just emerged as an issue of the digital age. The concept of essay mills (also called term paper mills) and ghostwriters has been around since the nineteenth century. Student organizations such as fraternities stored academic work in “file banks” and… Read More »

Essay Mills and Their Impact on Education


What is Open Access? Open Access allows universal and free accessibility of all kinds of published information on the web. The concept was first introduced by the Budapest Open Access Initiative in February 2002. The initiative defined the concept of open access as follows: “The literature that should be freely… Read More »

Open Access Fosters Education and Global Collaboration



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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.


Plagiarism can be found in different forms and industries. Recently we have published an article about plagiarism in video games. This time, we have collected the most prominent cases where plagiarism was present in the movie industry. Rear Window (1954) vs. Disturbia (2007) The US thriller “Disturbia” is a reinterpretation… Read More »

Plagiarism in the Movie Industry



Fake news has been making waves in the media. Like many, I get my news from social media – articles shared by friends, Youtube videos about current events or alleged quotes from public figures often appear credible. A variety of different voices and perspectives allow me to build my own opinion, independently of… Read More »

What’s Behind the Issue of Fake News?





LMS market state and significance Dozens of startups desire the attention of college deans and other academic decision makers. The adoption rates of schools show that one category efficiently manages to take the majority of budgets and attention in higher education – the all-powerful LMS. However, this has already started changing.… Read More »

The Dynamic LMS Market