Plagiarism update, following this CD post.
1. NY Time’s Maureen Dowd Caught Plagiarizing
2. It is common online behavior to copy and paste content off a website. Right or wrong, it happens, but now with Tracer (available free in Beta from Tynt), you can watch each instance and begin to learn what people are most interested in. Each time a user pastes content from your website into an email, blog or website , we automatically add a URL link back to your site’s original content. This ensures you get credit for content that you have created. You can’t stop users from copying off your site but you can make the pasted content your virtual ambassador!
Read more: "Tynt Tracer » Take Credit" - http://tracer.tynt.com/take-credit#ixzz0FrncutQC&A)
(Note: Since I copied and pasted the text above from the Tynt website, it automatically added the reference and link above. And when you go to that link, it highlights in yellow the text that was copied.)
HTs: Suzanne Perry (1) and David Damore (2).