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Did Medium '(Over)Aggregate' or Plagiarize The Week? Atlantic Editor Points out Aggregation Issues
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Did Medium '(Over)Aggregate' or Plagiarize The Week? Atlantic Editor Points out Aggregation Issues
By: Sydney Smith
August 14, 2013 03:47 PM EST
The Atlantic senior editor Alexis Madrigal wondered if Medium stole a story from The Week or if it was an example of bad...
'I was Plagiarized by the Stanford Review,' Journalist says, Student Newspaper Investigates 'Dishonesty'
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'I was Plagiarized by the Stanford Review,' Journalist says, Student Newspaper Investigates 'Dishonesty'
By: Sydney Smith
April 21, 2013 06:00 AM EST
Writer Dan Cassavaugh justifiably accused Stanford University student newspaper The Stanford Review of plagiarism, iMediaEthics has found. In a tweet that Jim Romenesko picked up, Cassavaugh claimed The Stanford Review...
82 percent of NY Post Anthony Weiner Front-page Story Stolen from New York Times Magazine
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82 percent of NY Post Anthony Weiner Front-page Story Stolen from New York Times Magazine
By: Rhonda Roland Shearer, Sydney Smith
April 18, 2013 06:00 AM EST
Why do an exclusive interview for your front-page if you can just steal it from another newspaper? That's what the New York Post did with the New York Times' interview of former U.S. congressman and possible NYC...
Jane Goodall is Sorry for Monkeying Around Proper Attribution in New Book
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Jane Goodall is Sorry for Monkeying Around Proper Attribution in New Book
By: Sydney Smith
March 20, 2013 11:10 AM EST
Chimpanzee expert Jane Goodall apologized after the Washington Post discovered that her forthcoming book, Seeds of Hope: Wisdom and Wonder From the World of Plants, co-written by Gail Hudson, fails to attribute "at...
Award-Winning Photo of 'Sniper' was really Staged Pic of a Photojournalism Student
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Award-Winning Photo of 'Sniper' was really Staged Pic of a Photojournalism Student
By: Sydney Smith, London Shearer Allen
March 16, 2013 06:00 AM EST
Fox News 50-Word Rip-Off was 'Reporting Error,' Unpublishes Whole Story for Plagiarism
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Fox News 50-Word Rip-Off was 'Reporting Error,' Unpublishes Whole Story for Plagiarism
By: Sydney Smith
March 06, 2013 06:00 AM EST
More Deception? Another Jonah Lehrer Book Pulped By Publisher
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More Deception? Another Jonah Lehrer Book Pulped By Publisher
By: Sydney Smith
March 04, 2013 02:25 PM EST
Book publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt said it will yank Jonah Lehrer's 2010 book How We Decide from the shelves, Michael Moynihan reported for the Daily Beast. Moynihan exposed Lehrer's fabrication in his...
Cowboy Photo Exhibition Essay Stolen, Canadian Fast Forward Magazine Admits Plagiarism, Unpublishes Art Review
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Cowboy Photo Exhibition Essay Stolen, Canadian Fast Forward Magazine Admits Plagiarism, Unpublishes Art Review
By: Sydney Smith
February 17, 2013 06:00 AM EST
 Sorry For $20K Payment to Jonah Lehrer says Knight Foundation
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Sorry For $20K Payment to Jonah Lehrer says Knight Foundation
By: Sydney Smith
February 15, 2013 07:00 AM EST
The Knight Foundation paid $20,000 for Jonah Lehrer to speak about his plagiarism and fabrication scandal earlier this week. As iMediaEthics has written, last summer Lehrer resigned from the New Yorker and was fired from...
Washington Post Suspends Another Reporter over Plagiarism? William Booth makes 6th Plagiarism/Attribution Case in 2 Years at WaPo?
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Washington Post Suspends Another Reporter over Plagiarism? William Booth makes 6th Plagiarism/Attribution Case in 2 Years at WaPo?
By: Sydney Smith
January 30, 2013 08:45 AM EST
After learning its Jan. 12 story on the Panama Canal contained plagiarism, The Washington Post apologized and reportedly suspended the reporter, William Booth, for three months.  Despite two separate anonymously-sourced...
Mike Tyson Sex Change Hoax, Part 2: SpyGhana Lifts without Credit Story, Later Unpublishes & Corrects
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Mike Tyson Sex Change Hoax, Part 2: SpyGhana Lifts without Credit Story, Later Unpublishes & Corrects
By: Sydney Smith
January 16, 2013 08:15 AM EST
The Standard was not the only media outlet to get tangled up in the Mike Tyson sex change story.  SpyGhana, which describes itself as "Ghana's leading general news and information destination online," also...
Plagiarism at Toronto Star Exposed, Chris Spence Quits School Board Job
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Plagiarism at Toronto Star Exposed, Chris Spence Quits School Board Job
By: Sydney Smith
January 12, 2013 05:00 AM EST
Is Stealing an Idea Plagiarism?
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Is Stealing an Idea Plagiarism?
By: Rhonda Roland Shearer
December 31, 2012 08:00 AM EST
Norman P. Lewis, assistant professor in journalism for University of Florida, writes about a lesser-known form of plagiarism in his paper, “Idea Plagiarism: Journalism’s Ultimate Heist.” Dr. Lewis...
2012: 10 Worst Plagiarism and Attribution Cases
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2012: 10 Worst Plagiarism and Attribution Cases
By: Sydney Smith
December 23, 2012 09:15 PM EST
10) Fox News Lifts Atlantic Wire Dolphin Story Fox News rewrote without credit an Atlantic Wire article on dolphins earlier this year. After the Atlantic Wire's John Hudson publicized the stolen story, Fox News added...
Mystery of the missing Sydney Morning Herald column: Plagiarist Apologizes
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Mystery of the missing Sydney Morning Herald column: Plagiarist Apologizes
By: Sydney Smith
December 12, 2012 05:45 PM EST
Hartford Courant Reporter Resigns, Newspaper Apologizes after 'Similarities' to Other Outlets' Work
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Hartford Courant Reporter Resigns, Newspaper Apologizes after 'Similarities' to Other Outlets' Work
By: Sydney Smith
November 10, 2012 07:20 PM EST
Hartfort Courant reporter Hillary Federico resigned earlier this month after the newspaper found her articles had "strong similarities" to other outlets' work, according to an note by the Courant, which Mondo...
Penn State's Daily Collegian Reviewing Student Reporter's Work after Fake Sue Paterno Interview
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Penn State's Daily Collegian Reviewing Student Reporter's Work after Fake Sue Paterno Interview
By: Sydney Smith
October 07, 2012 05:00 AM EST
The Daily Collegian, the student newspaper at Penn State University, apologized and suspended a student writer after he fabricated quotes to attribute to Sue Paterno, the wife of the late football coach Joe Paterno, for...
Iran News Agency: Sorry for Lifting Fake Story from the Onion on Obama, Ahmadinejad
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Iran News Agency: Sorry for Lifting Fake Story from the Onion on Obama, Ahmadinejad
By: Sydney Smith
October 02, 2012 06:00 AM EST
Iran's Fars News Agency lifted a fake story by The Onion and ran it as fact, CNN reported.  Fars News Agency describes itself as "Iran's leading independent news agency," but the New York Times...
Globe & Mail Reviewed 'A Body of Work from Recent Years'  by Margaret Wente
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Globe & Mail Reviewed 'A Body of Work from Recent Years' by Margaret Wente
By: Sydney Smith
September 27, 2012 02:20 PM EST
As we wrote earlier this week, the Globe and Mail put Margaret Wente under "disciplinary action" after attribution questions related to a 2009 column.  The newspaper also quoted its editor John Stackhouse as...
'Disciplinary Action' for Globe & Mail's Margaret Wente after Attribution, Plagiarism Questions
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'Disciplinary Action' for Globe & Mail's Margaret Wente after Attribution, Plagiarism Questions
By: Sydney Smith
September 25, 2012 05:50 PM EST
The Globe and Mail reported today that its columnist Margaret Wente is under undescribed "disciplinary action" following questions about her attribution and that the newspaper's public editor role will be...
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