I'll type slowly this time, and maybe you'll get it.<quoted text>
Help is on the way...don't play with matches or sharp objects,,,
I know it is dark under that rock, so the next time you come out to hiss, read the following before crawling back under said rock.......
Copyrighted works on the Net include news stories, software, novels, screenplays, graphics, pictures, and even email. In fact, the frightening reality is that the vast majority of the items on the Net are protected by copyright law.
However, there are a lot of works on the Net that are in the public domain. The Public Domain is that repository of all works that for whatever reason are not protected by copyright. As such, they are free for all to use without permission. Works in the Public Domain include works with the following characteristics:These are items that by their very nature are not eligible for copyright protection. These items include: Ideas and Facts...
I repeat: "This is about your plagiarism -- your literary theft. Whether material lifted from a source is copyrighted or in the public domain has nothing to do with that. Plagiarism is about lifting other folks words without credit and passing them off as your own."