Do you think that copying and then modifying text from Wikipedia is plagarism?

Answer Plagiarism is any time when one copies another's work, ideas, or words without explicit attribution. In college or university work, you'll be expected to cite sources if it's not your idea even if ... Read More »

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Can you text or send a text to your self with it not being the correct number it came from Example this girl claims my man send her these text message that I think and he said for sure are un true?

iPhone video has to be converted to one of the following file formats before it can be imported/edited in Windows Movie Maker: .asf, .avi, dvr-ms, .m1v, .mp2, .mp2v, .mpe, .mpeg, .mpg, .mpv2, .wm, ... Read More »

Is copying from wikipedia and putting it in a school report illegal?

It's not a crime, but it is wrong and theoretically the editors of the Wikipedia article could sue you for damages (since Wikipedia is given away free, that would not amount to much), or could get ... Read More »

Trying to create a wikipedia article, and it says I am copying another website, but the website is copying me?

The problem is not with trademark, but with copyright, which is something different.When you put something on Wikipedia, you put it there with the claim that a. you wrote it yourself, and b. that y... Read More »

Why would MyWikiBiz tarnish their reputation by copying the General Mills article straight from Wikipedia?

Doesn't this question simply bring even more traffic to MyWikiBiz? It would seem that site is on a healthy growth trajectory, and now you're just adding to that. I'm sure the site owner, shameles... Read More »