InShortViral: Son of former Brazilian president have been under custody for copying Wikipedia informational page as CTRL+C. The Wikipedia is the giant source of knowledge and having wide range of information regarding everything in the world.
[dropcap]S[/dropcap]on of former Brazilian president have been under custody for copying Wikipedia informational page as CTRL+C. The Wikipedia is the giant source of knowledge and having wide range of information regarding everything in the world.
However, using it as the main source for something or copy entire texts is always dangerous and even suspect, even if it involves a million real work that can be the subject of a police investigation at any time.
Son of Brazilian President Charged For Copying Wikipedia Text
It’s what happens to Claudio Luis Lula da Silva, son former President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva. According to a report by the Police Federal (PF) about the boy’s consulting firm, he would have used “mere content of reproductions” available on the Internet (the good old Ctrl + C and Ctrl + V) to perform work involving up to $6 million in payments only one of the clients.
Wikipedia was the home found the source and it is quite possible that researchers have played whole passages in Google and found the entries, and teachers make copy of suspicious students.
Lula’s son owns the company LFT Sports Marketing, which is investigated in Operation PF Zealots. He is not a suspect can be charged with murder, since the evidence so far does not pass the “hefty” paid to him by a lobbyist Mauro Marcondes Machado, this rather a big and potentially suspect being arrested. Only that if proven any irregularity in the case of Luis Claudio, it may even turn defendant at some point.
The PF analyzed the services that would be related to the World Cup in 2014 the Olympic Games in 2016, and declared that the materials “appeared to be shallow depth and complexity, total lack of touch with the millionaires amounts paid.” The result? It was not identified “any scientific methodological ballast or field research”, with the service having quality “extremely doubtful”.