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Preventing plagiarism

Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 24 November 2004
Your posts on "Opentalk" remain on the board's archives and are available for access to search engines.  In this way, the question that you ask (and the answer you received) can be shared with others who are wondering the same thing / have the same issue.

You are free at any time to revisit and edit your post and the archives will be updated within 24 hours (average time taken - 6 hours).   Should anyone have quoted your original post within a response and you wish it to be changed, you should send a personal message to the quoter or (if you get no satisfactory answer) contact the board administrator.

In order to protect questions and answer posted on this board from being passed off by students as their own work (plagiarism), our content is crawled by the Turnitinbot.  You'll find a further note I have written on this at

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