A Few Words about Plagiarism Laws

The Law of Plagiarism is something that has created quite a stir at some universities and colleges. Making some students, who have committed plagiarism, assume that what they have done is not really something that could, affect their studies, or even somewhat be an event that would affect their status in school.
The law affirms that any educational institution, like that of any college and / or university, decrees that these educational institutions would have to deliberate on the student’s conduct, and at times, is noted to say that plagiarism is an academic offense, not a legal offense. This simply is a misconception, and which is something that has to be corrected for all to know.
Professional organizations, schools, and colleges undoubtedly have as much authority to punish plagiarists, including letting go of the students from that specific institution, or even to a point of retracting a degree that has already earned, but which was done so by the use of plagiarism. One has to be aware that plagiarism is also a legal issue.
Copyright Law, on the other hand, gives authority and jurisdiction to the original author of the article, or any document, that has been used without his / her consent, to sue plagiarists. It is also stated that any work that has been created in the United States of America after March 1, 1989, is inevitably protected by this copyright law, even if the document or work created does not contain the copyright notice, affixed to the work.
Be assured that any entity who creates his / her own is protected, to which, individuals, who seem to think that copying and assuming as his / her own work, would be taught discipline. With these laws that help govern the limit, and hopefully, discontinued use of plagiarism, less and less individuals would resort to fabricating documents.

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