This list is directly linked to:http://www.listmyfive.com/c3eeeb86/The-Top-Five-Plagiarism-Guides and http://www.listmyfive.com/5094979c/The-Top-Five-Steps-to-Stop-Plagiarism Important help can be taken from each of these to gain some education about the value of honesty on the Internet.Everyone should guard against violating Internet contents that belongs to someone else.Pretending written material is yours when it is not will catch up with you sooner or later and have grave consequences in many areas. Use original material or protect that original material of others.
When someone has a personal experience that is original material. How a person puts the details together is unique, different, unusual and a "one in the world".Take as an example: labor and delivery of a baby. This event has happened so many times in the world, yet becomes original when personal specific data is given by that person creating their original contents. Books are continually written about the birth and just as many about the labor leading up to the birth. The originality becomes a one of a kind when it is personal and only yours. Not even the father of the newborn can come close to your original material about that experience. Along the way to describe the specifics if reference material is needed there are steps to take. Read where you are taking your research from and find out what rules of copyright exist. Ask for permission to use that owned material in your personal experience and then quote or cite or both to keep your experience legal and still your own without plagiarizing. When you only use your knowledge from schooling or another form there is a true form of your own experience without anyone else's intervention.
Years ago, Grandma on Daddy's side of the family worked for some people when she was only 12 years old. The stories told to the family are handed down and so are the natural way they treated some ailments. Grandma is resting in Heaven as are Daddy and all related people to ask permission about this things you recall. Timing has covered the facts and yet you want to write about what went on that you remember about the place and events when Grandma was 13 years old. With a good recollection you begin writing about the way Grandma boiled the herbs from the garden that her employer told her about. The herbs were picked and had a scent that Grandma never forgot and explained so well. You now turn back the hands of time explaining the concoction so it is your own original material from your recollection.
Poetry is a form of self expression. The creativity one has within themselves results in prose that is original.Unless the poet or poetess has a photographic mind or has abilities to memorize poetry the creation they compose is original and one of a kind.Even the written poem can be plagiarized and legal action can be taken against the person that takes that without permission as if it belongs to them. The computer is a stealth reminder honesty prevails. Dated material on the hard drive proves originality of poetry to the original owner and is proof to be used in court against a person stealing literary work.
Stock photographs are for sale on the Internet for a reason. Those pictures were taken by a person, by their photo equipment and then submitted online to sell. Rightful owners must be paid the fee the photographer requests and then credit is cited where those pictures are posted. Even friends deserve recognition when photographs are used on the computer for world wide web use.When an individual uses their camera equipment, their time to retrieve photos from that equipment to post on the Internet another scenario is formed.That situation creates original pictures. Even if it is of the same exact object or place. The photo is dated with a camera equipment number to prove originality.
Much on the Internet is anonymous or unknown. It is not unusual to come across some item that is labeled either of those two. When those items are labeled with either of those they are not original for anyone to take and put their name on, but must be labeled unknown or anonymous. This brings to mind the long, extensive cited Christmas story/poem that was not acknowledged by the author for a long time. Perhaps it was circulated for a while without an author's name to it for assorted reasons or even just one. "T'was The Night Before Christmas" had a title and was widely recited long before it was claimed and specifically was credited to the author.
A person knows what they are wearing for clothes even if they don't know the place where they came from. A person knows what they are chewing in their mouth when they take it off the fork from their plate. A person knows if the material, articles or lists are original or not. Protect the Internet from plagiarism by taking the necessary steps to prevent that from occurring.Get permission and give recognition and quote the original owner. You don't own it and cannot call it original or yours if you copy or steal it. Write original material to put your name on it or add it to your account.