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Welcome to 1926! — The Legal Genealogist

For many Americans, this is the first Monday and work day of 2022. For The Legal Genealogist, it’s the third day of 1926. Welcome to 1926! Cite/link to this post: Judy G. Russell, “Welcome to 1924!,” The Legal Genealogist (https://www.legalgenealogist.com/blog : posted 3 … Continue reading

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2021 top posts — The Legal Genealogist

The Legal Genealogist’s top posts for 2021 If anyone had posed the question even an hour ago — what were the top 10 posts at The Legal Genealogist in 2021? — the answer would have been exactly what it was one year … Continue reading

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7 Takeaways from YouTube’s Copyright Transparency Report — Plagiarism Today

Yesterday, YouTube published its first every Copyright Transparency Report. With that step, it follows in the footsteps of Google, Facebook, Reddit and other major industry players in publishing such a report. 7 Takeaways from YouTube’s Copyright Transparency Report

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5 Thanksgiving Copyright and/or Plagiarism Stories — Plagiarism Today

It’s Thanksgiving week in the United States and many families will be gathering to enjoy a holiday meal, some time together, and the start of the holiday season. 5 Thanksgiving Copyright and/or Plagiarism Stories

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Luxembourg PM Admits to Dissertation Plagiarism — Plagiarism Today

Last week, Luxembourg’s Prime Minister, Xavier Bettel, was accused of plagiarism in a thesis that he wrote for the University of Nancy. The plagiarism was discovered by reporter.lu and covered by Pol Reuter (French language article). According to the report, … Continue reading

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The Impact of the Internet on Plagiarism — Plagiarism Today

When people learn what I do for a living, one of the first questions I am usually asked is, “Has the internet made plagiarism much worse?” It’s easy to see why it’s a question. Anecdotally, it feels like plagiarism stories … Continue reading

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Analyzing the Squid Game Plagiarism Allegations — Plagiarism Today

The South Korean drama series Squid Game has been making headlines all over the world. Deemed by Netflix to be its “biggest-ever series launch”, the series has become a global phenomenon, being viewed by over 111 million accounts in the … Continue reading

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Inheriting the copyright — The Legal Genealogist

Who gets it…? The Legal Genealogist trusts that — by now — readers understand that copyright lasts for some time after the death of the person who created the work: the book; the photo; the painting. Around the world, the minimum … Continue reading

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3 Count: Avengers Disassemble — Plagiarism Today

First off today, Tin Baysinger at The Wrap reports that Marvel has filed a series of five lawsuits that challenge the copyright termination notices filed by heirs of famed creator Stan Lee in hopes of retaining the rights to some … Continue reading

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3 Count: Pulp Non-Fiction — Plagiarism Today

First off today, Andrew Albanese at Publishers Weekly reports that textbook publisher Pearson Education has filed a massive copyright infringement lawsuit against the study aid website Chegg alleging that Chegg illegally appropriates Pearson’s textbook questions. 3 Count: Pulp Non-Fiction Number … Continue reading

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