Another case of plagiarism has been brought to everyone’s attention again. This time between a U.S
Senator from Massachusetts and a Democrat from North Carolina. The two have similar phrasing on
their websites. Parmon, the Democrat from N.C has stated that the U.S Senator from Massachusetts
must have taken the words from her website. However, research has been done and they now think the
words were taken from the U.S Senators website and used on the N.C. Democrats website. Either way,
it is plagiarism and it is wrong on someone’s part. However, the person who designed the Democrats
website said that plagiarism was not done on either of the web designer or Parmon’s part.
After doing a side-by-side comparison of the websites, it has been found the phrasing is not identical
but similar to each other. The Democrat of North Carolina, Parmon said she had worked on her website
between December and January. According to Parmon, she doesn’t know which website was up first.
How can they not know which website was up first? All they have to do is go back through and find
out when the websites were published to find out whose words are whose and who plagiarized. Simple