[Sca-cooks] When is it Plagiarism and When is it a Redaction?
ddfr at daviddfriedman.com
Mon Feb 8 13:59:15 PST 2010
>As for whether it's plagiarism, I'd say no. With recipes, you can get a
>lot closer legally than you should ethically - and the differences along
>with the fact that the original is cited puts it just on the Ok side of
I'm not sure I follow this. Plagiarism isn't normally a legal issue,
since it isn't the same thing as copyright infringement.
Perhaps I missed this, but what original was cited--the period
original, or the worked out version by someone else that this was a
close copy of? If only the former, then the person who did the second
worked out version is falsely claiming credit for the work of the
person who did the first.
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