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Plagiarism in Scientific Publishing - the Issue of Patent Holder (War Between Developed and Undeveloped Countries) - Letter to Editor

Árpad Furka.

Since plagiarism is a very important issue in scientific publishing I read with interest the commented article of Izet Masic, published in Acta Informatica Medica journal. It is a question: are the intellectual properties of the authors fully protected? As the author writes in the Conclusion of his article “There is a dilemma: who, on what basis (criteria, standards, rules), when and how should declare someone a plagiarist. Then, which institutions or which scientific body committee at the national or international level, when plagiarism is proven, can someone sanction and what are the sanctions.”

Key words: Plagiarism;Scientific Publishing

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