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By Jonathan Bailey, Plagairism Today While there are countless hosts and providers on the internet, there are clearly some that are bigger than others. Facebook with its estimated 1.79 billion monthly active users is clearly close to the top of … Continue reading
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By Jonathan Bailey, Plagiarism Today In July 2014, at the San Diego Comic Con, director Christian Gossett and Alec Peters debuted a short film entitled Star Trek: Prelude to Axanar. The film was an unofficial (or “independent” as they referred … Continue reading
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As a non-lawyer who writes often about legal topics, the last thing I want to see in my email inbox is a message from a nationally recognized legal expert who is pointing out a mistake in something I wrote. That’s … Continue reading
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Businesses, elected officials, government agencies, and lawyers file SLAPP suits against people who are doing something they don’t like. The acronym stands for “Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation”, and started as a name for the suits that elected officials and … Continue reading