The Price of Doing the Right Thing

The Internet is a glorious invention. It connects, assists, entertains, and, for better or worse, distracts us with its endless array of temptations. But, some of those temptations – for example, plagiarising another person’s work – must be resisted. When it comes to literature, non-fiction writing, images, and music, the Internet is the most impressive repository of knowledge, information, and creativity since the library of Alexander the Great. And, given the scale of the Internet, it can be tempting to ‘borrow’ from a creator and call their words/work our own, thinking that the breadth of the Net will give us anonymity. Not so. The Internet is nothing if not egalitarian: what you can find

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