Students and teachers think of plagiarism as borrowing from someone work or copying someone else original ideas.
It’s clear that many words can be used to define plagiarism some may define it as stealing and may also call the one on the act of plagiarism a thief of another one production.
Some may call it fraud which is an act mainly used in financial industries like banks and insurance organizations.
What does law say about plagiarism? The law is also strict on plagiarism and states that the expression of original ideas is considered intellectual property and I protected by copyright laws similarly to original inventions that are patented.
As it’s clearly and widely known that all forms of originality and expression fall under copyright as long as they are registered.
There are very many forms and incidences considered as plagiarism not only in writing but in real world scenarios and situations such as in music, movies and computer programming or even images using them without proper permission from the owner or the copyright owner is considered an act of plagiarism.
The production of media that has borrowed lots of context from another copyrighted media may also be considered an act of plagiarism that is heavily punishable
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