plagiarism


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


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?






We usually hear the word plagiarism in relation to academic work. Students learn about plagiarism in reading and writing classes. But also in journalism, plagiarism is a significant topic. Journalism students learn about the Code of Ethics, established by the SPJ (Society of Professional Journalists), which gives clear guidelines on… Read More »

Why is Plagiarism Tempting to Journalists?


People who plagiarize don’t want to be caught. Obviously. But how far do some people go to outsmart a plagiarism detection software? Is it worth the effort? Actually it isn’t too difficult to defeat the algorithm of most plagiarism softwares. A simple Google search results in multiple articles that explain… Read More »

PlagScan’s New Feature Outsmarts Clever Cheaters




Top Blogs on Plagiarism Plagiarism is a pervasive issue within the academic and the business world. But also in politics, plagiarism plays a big role exposing politician’s dishonesty and questioning their credibility. The most recent case revolved around the plagiarism scandal of Germany’s defense minister, who allegedly plagiarized many parts… Read More »

Top Blogs on Plagiarism – Today: Blogs in English



Twagiarism – Twitter Implements New Report Function To Prevent Twagiarism.  Twagiarism is the new buzzword on Twitter. It describes the plagiarizing of tweets. Plagiarism is not only a problem in the literary & academical world. Social media networks have been increasingly dealing with content theft as well. Recently, Twitter has… Read More »

Twagiarism – Plagiarism


Finally, we got the chance to work on the improvement of our report interface! Even though we haven’t implemented all planned aspects yet, we’re ready to present the first stages of improvements. Due to the global differences in enabling technologies, our software often can’t offer the maximum complexity. Not everybody… Read More »

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