Copycat Attack: Fed up Microsoft Dynamics bloggers vent over content misuse

If you've ever toiled over a piece of writing, only to have it copied and passed off by others as their own, then you know that moment of anger when you realize what has happened. In the world of online media, it really couldn't be easier to get started in a life of plagiarism - it's as simple as copy, paste, and submit.

And the Microsoft Dynamics community is not immune to such bad behavior.  We periodically spot articles copied onto different sites, anything from authorless corporate blogs to professional publications. Usually a friendly email will resolve the issue, but occasionally it takes a few more pokes.


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Prior to co-founding, Jason was a Principal Software Consultant at Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC), where he implemented solutions, trained customers, managed software development, and spent some time in the pre-sales engineering organization. He has also held consulting positions at CSC Consulting and Monitor Group.

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