Post Tagged with: "plagiarism"

Media Coverage of the Lobby Interference With Conference Board Study

The Ottawa Citizen runs the story in the front section; slightly longer Canwest article as well as coverage from the Vancouver Sun's Gillian Shaw.

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June 4, 2009 Comments are Disabled Must Reads

Ex-Conference Board Author Speaks Out; Confirms “Push Back” From Copyright Lobby Funders

The following was posted late yesterday by Curtis Cook, one of the listed authors on the plagiarized Conference Board of Canada reports.  Cook's experience sheds new light on the Conference Board plagiarism story, including interference from copyright lobby funders, the exclusion of deBeer's research from the report, and the decision […]

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June 3, 2009 39 comments News

Ex-Conference Board Author Speaks Out; Confirms “Push Back” From Copyright Lobby Funders

The following was posted late yesterday by Curtis Cook, one of the listed authors on the plagiarized Conference Board of Canada reports.  Cook's experience sheds new light on the Conference Board plagiarism story, including interference from copyright lobby funders, the exclusion of deBeer's research from the report, and the decision […]

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June 3, 2009 Comments are Disabled Stop CDMCA

Search Engine on the Conference Board of Canada’s Plagiarized Reports

TVO's Search Engine has a great podcast on last week's events on the Conference Board of Canada's plagiarized IP reports, including an interview with CEO Anne Golden. Jesse Brown pushes Golden to respond not only to the plagiarism, but the concerns about bias as well.

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June 2, 2009 6 comments Must Reads

“The reports were not intended to please any particular lobby”

Anne Golden, CEO of the Conference Board of Canada, in conversation with IT Business about the three reports recalled by her organization.

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May 29, 2009 9 comments Must Reads