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1-25-2009 @ 9:14PM
So what you're saying is that yes, you did take information straight from the thread, but no you will not credit them for their research and testing. Additionally, in the future you might credit the places where you get information from?I have no issue with posting strats/builds/whatever. I think its good. There is obviously value to you in the 'various mage sites' you visit.It doesn't need to be exact cut and paste to be plagiarism. "If I were to cut and paste his writing wholesale, or use his information and theroycraft exclusively without citing said information, that would be plagiarism."Even though it is the internet, creators of information should probably be given credit.
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