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Copyrights, Plagiarism, Stealing

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There are many places to go on the internet to find definitions for the terms 'Copyright' and 'Plagiarism'. Here, I present a really good description regarding these subjects, provided by two authoritative resources.


First, Dr. Ronald B. Standler is an attorney in Massachusetts and he acts as a consultant. Dr. Standler provides an essay on 'Some Observations on Copyright Law' - (©) 1997-2001. In addition, read his 'Essay on Plagiarism' - (©) 2000.
If you are thinking about copying any of his material, I urge you to read Dr. Standler's 'Terms of Service' - (©) 2000-2008.

Refer also to an essay by Jon'a F. Meyer (Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, Rutgers-Camden University), Director of Criminal Justice, concerning 'Information on Plagiarism for Students at Rutgers-Camden'.

Plagiarism is Stealing
Pass this on to someone else, if you'd like. You received this from a friend.
If you delete the eMail, it's okay: Nobody's luck is dependent On E-Mail.

Author: Standler, Meyer
Submitted by: J. Moss, 12 March 2009

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