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there are softwares that can extract data from other sites (from various random sites source),then twist the content, and then place them together to become 1 new unique article.
so, is this still called plagiarsim?
whats ur opinion?
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Originally Posted by
saiful there are softwares that can extract data from other sites (from various random sites source),then twist the content, and then place them together to become 1 new unique article. so, is this still called plagiarsim? I think it's called "pathetic". It should be noted that such "articles" are easily recognized as dreck, and sites running such are not known for lasting long, let alone for making money. Eliz.
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There is something highly unethical. Just copying content of others and then making some subtle tweaks here and there and then posted the same thing in your website or another without giving the actual writer any credit is something that is ignominious and regrettable. People should be debarred from this practice.
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It called spinning software. But I don't think those articles are quality.
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i think that's a brilliant way of
plagiarsim. And a challange of course for anti plagiarsim, to make a better system to counter this new methode of plagiarsim. so, who will win? plagiarsim or anti plagiarsim? will see _________________ http://bisnisonline15menit.blogspot.com/
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Some call it data mining.
I have to do a lot of web research in my job, and of late I keep seeing a lot of duplicated information, so I started to take some more notice and lo and behold... there are so many web sites that have ripped off content from tech forums just to create a site for Google ads. So we now have web plagiarism and web pollution... fuelled by Google Adwords!
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