This is my third entry on Dawn Yang and her plagarised entries already. For those who do not know what this is all about, you can read my two previous entries, HERE and HERE.

The image above is a screengrab of the left-hand-side-bar on Dawn Yang’s xanga blog. I find it ironic that even before all the accusations of plagarism, Dawn actually have the cheek to claim copyrights and propriety rights over “all text and image files, and other content” found on her blog, knowing jolly well she was doing some heavy “cut and paste” jobs.

This coming from someone who claimed she didn’t know it was necessary to attribute sources in a radio interview.

Hmmmm.

Btw, here is an interesting article about the pending lawsuit between Dawn Yang and Xiaxue, written by the dean of my alma matar, Nanyang Technological University’s Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information (WKWSCI), Professor Ang Peng Hwa. Quite an insightful read as it postulate the wider implications of the lawsuit and it’s influence on the law and future blogging landscape in Singapore.

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