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As you probably know, Conservapedians (primarily sysops, because they are the ones immune from the hand of justice) like to save themselves work by using the copy-paste function on the computers. Here is a very incomplete yet still long list of occurrences. In addition to intellectual integrity, academic honesty and copyright law, Conservapedia [[Conservapedia:Commandments|Commandments]] 1 and 2 are relevant here.
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As you probably know, Conservapedians (primarily sysops, because they are the ones immune from the hand of justice) like to save themselves work by using the copy-paste function on the computers. If users are the ones accused on plagiarizing, they are banned, but Conservapedia retains the [http://www.conservapedia.com/Stephen_King article.]
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Here is a very incomplete yet still long list of occurrences. In addition to intellectual integrity, academic honesty and copyright law, Conservapedia [[Conservapedia:Commandments|Commandments]] 1 and 2 are relevant here.
  
 
== Articles with Copious Amounts of Plagiarism ==
 
== Articles with Copious Amounts of Plagiarism ==

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As you probably know, Conservapedians (primarily sysops, because they are the ones immune from the hand of justice) like to save themselves work by using the copy-paste function on the computers. If users are the ones accused on plagiarizing, they are banned, but Conservapedia retains the article.

Here is a very incomplete yet still long list of occurrences. In addition to intellectual integrity, academic honesty and copyright law, Conservapedia Commandments 1 and 2 are relevant here.

Articles with Copious Amounts of Plagiarism

Image Copyright Violations

These are images that are copyrighted, used without apparent permission, and with no obvious "fair use" justification.

References

  1. TK's conservapedia article, "After the liberation of the camps in April 1945, Wiesel spent a few years in a French orphanage and in 1948 began to study in Paris at the Sorbonne." word for word plagerizing Elie Wiesel Bio at Virginia.edu

See also