When I am bored (which happens way too much) I tend to troll various websites to see what the literati/cognoscenti/blogerati are going on about. Lately, in several different fora, there has been a discussion about plagiarism. One thread was triggered when an attorney representing Lindsay Lohan got dinged for "ripping" a bunch of stuff from the web, pasting it all together, and serving it up as some sort of brief or motion in one of her interminable cases. The judge was not amused and fined him.
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