Politician copies and pastes report straight from Wikipedia. read!
A politician in Australia went on a trip to France and Turkey with his girlfriend, keep in mind he is married, claiming to be studying the Global Financial Crises, and when coming back to Australia, wrote a 80 page report, two thirds of which was copied and pasted straight from Wikipedia.
Umm... I wonder if this is covered over common license? On another thought, the author might actually get some recognition for his work! hehehe
That sounds particularly political to me. It doesn't really matter which side of the fence that they're on, they all play the same game, don't they.
He was writing a report on countries that he'd only been on a trip too - I guess eighty pages would be a hefty amount for just him. I would accept this piece, I've read Wikipedia articles and they're tip-top shape.
by dlstern02268 years ago
What should a politicians report card look like?Do you feel re-election of a politician is a reward?
by Kylyssa Shay2 years ago
Today I was checking my copied hubs report, a little bugged that some of the copies that had long since been removed by the host ISPs (or so I thought) were still hanging out on the page. To my great surprise, two of...
by Holle Abee5 years ago
Seriously. The perp is demanding $1 mil ransom. It's an AP report.
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