Copyright Claims & Dedications
Plagiarism is defined as misusing another author's language, thoughts, ideas, or exclamations as one's original piece. It is defined in different ways in learning environments depending on the institution. Plagiarism is generally viewed as a breach of ethical behavior as well as a breach of journalism standards.
Plagiarism is not an offense under Republic Act 10175's cybercrime statute, but it is a felony in copyright violation, according to the Department of Justice.
Any person who commits an offense of any of the punishable acts listed in this Act shall be convicted or a fine of at least two hundred thousand pesos (PhP200,000.00) up to a maximum amount commensurate with the damage incurred, or both.
"The low-grade plagiarism of property will never lead you to true contentment."
- T. D. Jakes (QUOTESTATS.COM)
"This book is dedicated to all
don't worry about those
fluffy yellow morons
they will never become
- The Swan Kingdom, Zoë Marriott
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