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talk:do_not_plagiarize [2014/04/04 17:51]
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talk:do_not_plagiarize [2018/07/29 01:22] (current)
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 I don't support this. What if somebody plagiarizes my work? That isn't something I would necessarily contest, if they attribute it to their own name and are not using it for profit. But it would make both of us look guilty, in the eyes of a machine. I don't support this. What if somebody plagiarizes my work? That isn't something I would necessarily contest, if they attribute it to their own name and are not using it for profit. But it would make both of us look guilty, in the eyes of a machine.
  
-Maybe I should also mention here that, for my recent review of ResearchGate,​ it was not actually possible to sign up and access the content directly, since included in their terms was a clause to the effect that: my publications become their property, if I acknowledge my authorship by using their service. All the media that is legal in a review on that site comes straight out of their press-package. I have a problem with that.+Maybe I should also mention here that, for my recent review of ResearchGate,​ it was not actually possible to sign up and access the content directly, since included in their terms was a clause to the effect that: my publications become their property, if I acknowledge my authorship by using their service. (I actually messaged them asking if this was the correct interpretation,​ and they sent back some unrelated information that did not confirm or deny). All the media that is legal in a review on that site comes straight out of their press-package.

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