Sassy's appeal to fight plagiarism in the internet elicited several responses from fellow bloggers.
Mark (click-mo-mukha-mo) wrote :
Anything you post on the web can and will be stolen by a determined individual. And no, disabling your right click function isn’t much help -
MLQuezon the third wrote:
Please support the Sassy Lawyer's efforts to prevent plagiarism on the internet!
Claiming somebody else's project as yours is wrong. That is intellectual dishonesty or to be blunt about it, thievery. And it has a name. It's called plagiarism.
The Unlawyer wrote
Today, that malicious spirit is still alive and well, as an esteemed blogger becomes the latest victim of this despicable offense, her generous copyright policies notwithstanding.
English Patis (celia kusinera) wrote:
I don't think anyone would want their labor of love to be copied and not be acknowledged for it.
Watson wrote:The recipes are freely available for cooking at home. But lifting-off these materials and calling them your own is a shame!
marvin commented on 02-03-05 at 06:46 AM :
bayibhyap commented on 02-03-05 at 06:20 AM :
Plagiarism has no role in any responsible writing. It's purely claiming credit from the work and research done by others for one's own through deceit.
jobert commented on 02-02-05 at 09:53 PM :
Welcome to the Cut and Paste Generation.
BatJay Hardinero commented on 02-02-05 at 08:44 PM :
ano ba yan? tangnenek naman pati ba naman recipe sa bopis ay kinokopya. nawala ata ang hiya ng mga yon.
Sheezz..you're just claiming back what was stolen from you and you get this kind of response? Can I pick your brain, please Sassy?Note: The comments were plagiarized OOOPSie errm lifted from the selected bloggers' webpages and from the reactions on Sassy's blog entitled " Ever heard of plagiarism".
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