Times are tough for media organizations trying to cover news as more and more journalists keep getting laid off. A suit in the U.S. contends that staff at one newspaper tried to cope by using plagiarism. Or, as a source described the practice to a New York Times reporter, “errors stemming from aggregating news from various sources.”


Times are tough for media organizations trying to cover news as more and more journalists keep getting laid off. A suit in the U.S. contends that staff at one newspaper tried to cope by using plagiarism. Or, as a source described the practice to a New York Times reporter, “errors stemming from aggregating news from various sources.”

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