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You probably did, Suzy. Let me explain how.
Oh no, I think I've plagiarized. I received a horrible grade on my report!
Copying another person's work without giving cedit is considered stealing and is a serious offense. It can result in bad grades and punishment.
I didn't realize how important giving credit is. I should go ask if I redo the paper!
Plagiarism is a form of stealing and is punishable by the failure of your work. Always remember to cite your text or don't copy directly at all.
A small newspaper is being recalled from my stand for copyright infringement. What is copyright, though?
Copyright is a law that protects a person's work. The newspaper here used an image on the front page that the publisher didn't have access to.
You must have permission to use any images, audio, or artwork that is protected by copyright. Certain works, like ones in the public domain, are free to use, though.
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