The Real Definition of Plagiarism
The publication and stealing of any writer’s ideas, thoughts, language by claiming it as your own work is known plagiarism. It is sometimes also regarded as copyright violation and a crime. However, there are no strict actions taken against plagiarism in few regions of the world. The law actually doesn’t define it punishable action but the institution have full right to sue someone for stealing their content. These days, everything is being stolen on internet by people without any reluctance. Apart from different types of content, the plagiarism jokes has also become very common.
It is definitely important for everyone to get proper know-how of plagiarism. You can even ban everyone to copy your content before sharing the jokes publicly.
Even Famous Politicians Do That
On July 2016, the speech of Melania Trump had a lot of plagiarized content. The content has been copied from the speech of Michelle Obama held in the year 2008. The 80% of the speech was based on plagiarized content. She talked about dignity, respect and fulfilling promises in a similar manner like Michelle Obama.
It’s Better to Do Some Paraphrasing
Paraphrasing or rephrasing online is the simple solution to be saved from the insult of stealing someone’s content as it is. Have a look at few of its benefits.
- Through paraphrasing, you get to know the most important to use content from the source.
- Funny paraphrases help to save you from getting sued by the actual creator of the content.
- The rewording also helps to discuss other aspects of the content (that hasn’t been discussed before).
The current stats show that 61.9% of people are engaged in online plagiarism of jokes. This percentage is increasing with a large ratio every year. Most of the plagiarized funny content is used on social networking sites. The two major online sources are Facebook and Twitter.