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In Argentina, Law Against Plagiarism Plagiarized 165

Posted by kdawson
from the send-yourself-to-jail dept.
An anonymous reader writes "An Argentinian politician who introduced a law to send plagiarists to jail for three to eight years appears to have plagiarized the explanation of his bill directly from Wikipedia. The bulk of his explanation is three paragraphs that are taken, verbatim, from Wikipedia, without acknowledgment."
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In Argentina, Law Against Plagiarism Plagiarized

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