The content plagiarism is the biggest problem with the blogs and writers. The writers instead of providing unique and original articles were encouraged to copy the masters’ data into a closely related publication through languages, ideas and expressions to avoid unnecessary inventions. In another way the writers are more as a re writers. The trends of plagiarism is not new but it’s the continuation from 18th century where the authors and artists were encourages to avoid unnecessary inventions and research work. Clearly it’s observed that original content writing requires time to complete and rewriting saves your time.
Plagiarism is not a crime but it’s disapproved and cases of plagiarism can involve liability for copyright infringement. The plagiarism on internet is called as content scrapping and this phenomenon of copy and paste work from internet effects both established sites and blogs.
There exist a numerous sources to check the content plagiarism for documents and academic works. They provide services for both paid and free services. To use the free services you need to have a registered username and password and then choose the free scan option. For the paid services you need to make a PayPal payment.
How it Works
The Viper Anti Plagiarism scanner scans your work and provides you with detailed reports on potentially sensitive areas. You need to download the application with file size less than 1 MB and register for a free account with it. Once you have done that follow the procedure below to scan your files -
- Run the downloaded Viper software after installation.
- Click on the ‘Add’ box in the top right section of Viper. Navigate to the document or file you wish to scan. You can add as many documents as you like and they will all be scanned at once.
- Once you have found the desired documents simply highlight them, click ‘OK‘.
- Click on Next in the bottom right side corner to continue.
- The next step gives you the opportunity to scan your document against documents on your local PC, as well as online internet sources. I am sure that you would know whether you have written the content previously or not but the important thing here to consider is scanning with the internet databases and sources.
The process is very simple and known to anyone who has used the plagiarism checker software before but it does have an interesting feature. It will match against a local database or the web or the both. The result pages are shown in the next window.
The software requires .NET Framework to run properly. This is a free plug-in which can be downloaded directly from Download.com.