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Another Case Of Plagiarism: Talumpati! Talumpati! Talumpati!

Copycats. Copycats. Copycats. Pusang Ina Kayo!

Now, this one is serious. Filipino Librarian’s work has been copied and became part of a book (Talumpati! Talumpati! Talumpati!) with no credits to him! Read all about it on his blog post here.

I hope I have that much money and connection to sue some people who also plagiarized my works.

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Marhgil Macuha

Marhgil Macuha is a Computer Engineering graduate of Batangas State University. He is currently a Senior Solutions Developer at a Canadian IT company.

One Comment:

  1. Miguel R. Camus

    Hi, my name is Miguel Camus from the BusinessMirror.

    I was reading through your blog and found myself very interested as I am currently doing a story on online literary plagiarism. I am particularly interested in the last bit about you saying others might have plagiarized your works as I’d like to hear more about that right away actually.

    I believe that literary plagiarism is serious and I’d like to help expose this.

    Please get back to me in my email. I’ve left it there.

    Thanks and hope to hear from you soon.

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