Assignment 2: Information Ethics by PhilosopherMarcusAurelius

Plagiarism

Ukrainian Vogue editor suspended for plagiarism of Russian authors

An article by Alec Luhn at The Telegraph News, November 3

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/11/01/ukrainian-vogue-editor-suspended-plagiarism-russian-authors/

This recent example of professional dishonesty really personifies Plagiarism. Plagiarising is using another persons content and presenting it as your own, even if you change the wording in a few places. Plagiarism not only harms the original owner of the work when you benefit off of their work, but it is also very lazy and reflects an unprofessional and dishonest person.

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