How To combat Plagiarism and content spamming and Copy paste contents and Hate speech.

Service: Narrative

Plagiarism and Content spamming and Copy paste contents is biggest threat for narrative platform.

It affects overall community a lot. Its dimotivated original creators and at same time degraded social value of narrative platform 

So we should unitedly combat to irradicate content spamming and Copy paste work. 

Only niche moderator alone cannot irradicate Plagiarism. 

Narrative community should make a proper plagiarism and content spamming guidelines to give best quality contents to our users and make narrative a best social media platforms . 

Although narrative is decentralized platform but Hate speech and fake news and toomuch extremist contents should be disqualified from narrative platform. 

I know developer of narrrative platform should introduced a lots of tool like those tools are used by steemit.com and reddit.com and youtube that can easily identify plagiarism. 

In my knowledge some of the tools that can detect plagiarism. 

1)http://www.copyscape.com/plagiarism-tool/

2)https://grammarly.go2cloud.org/SHqP

3)https://www.writecheck.com/sta...giarism_checker.html

4)http://www.plagscan.com/

5)http://turnitin.com/

6)http://www.plagium.com/

7http://www.dustball.com/cs/plagiarism.checker

8)http://plagiarisma.net/

9) Apart from that we should recruit some members or a group whose members checked every contents properly and identity plagiarism and Copy paste work and fake news and very much extremist..

We should paid those members for make narrative a best social media platforms. 

Thanks Everyone . 

 

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Hi @MALAY BANERJEE,

Thanks for the resources! I believe that the community is responsible for maintaining good standards in the Niches, so there will be no need for paid 'plagiarism police'. The reputation system will hopefully act as a good deterrent for such things, however, it is absolutely possible that 'fake news' or other undesirable content can be published if the community accepts it. It will be interesting to see how this plays out!

I think automated tools could go a long way toward improving the quality of content on Narrative.

I'd love to see a spelling and grammar check, and I also think a plagiarism checker is a great idea (colleges routinely use these to screen student papers - it's not exactly high-tech).

I think the idea of screening for hate speech is also very interesting.  

 

I agree with @Gord, the beauty of Narrative is that we determine collectively what kind of material we want to support moving towards the trending or top of the list, and bury the negative content with our downvoting.

It will be bumpy for sure, but what i like about it is that it will be a true reflection of our Narrative Society. Hopefully, that will be respectful, without much visible hate speech.

I can see the point. I feel like there should be some allowances made for people who might want to repurpose blog content for Narrative, though. I've been moving some of my stuff from my blog over to Narrative and I could see moderators having some discretion with communicating with the original blog owner to see if that's what they've been doing.

 

Also: How should DMCA requests be handled? YouTube takes the easy way out of just automatically removing videos if they get a DMCA takedown request, but there have been several cases where it was a fake claim made by somebody who hated the content and/or its creator for some reason. Maybe moderators should have the option to investigate DMCA requests?

Moderators cannot handle DCMA takedown requests, because this exposes the site the legal liability.

Complying with the DCMA takedown process protects the site.

When a site receives the takedown notice, they can may immediately take down the content. However, they are legally obligated to notify the original poster. The poster may then file a counter-notice asking that the material be put back up.

However, by filing this notice, the original poster opens themselves up for a copyright infringement suit, so they should not do this unless they can prove that the complainant does not have legal rights to the material in question.

Very few companies handle the DMCA process correctly, and without realizing this, they may be invalidating their legal protection.

 

Robert Nicholson posted:

Moderators cannot handle DCMA takedown requests, because this exposes the site the legal liability.

Complying with the DCMA takedown process protects the site.

When a site receives the takedown notice, they can may immediately take down the content. However, they are legally obligated to notify the original poster. The poster may then file a counter-notice asking that the material be put back up.

However, by filing this notice, the original poster opens themselves up for a copyright infringement suit, so they should not do this unless they can prove that the complainant does not have legal rights to the material in question.

Very few companies handle the DMCA process correctly, and without realizing this, they may be invalidating their legal protection.

 

OK, that makes sense, I guess. Probably most people, including Narrative's moderators, wouldn't know how DMCA is supposed to work.

The grammar and plagiarism checkers are neat tools, but are incredibly bandwidth intensive. And if down voting is to be the way of sorting off spammy, copy paste or hateful material, I agree that some kind of way out for bloggers re-purposing their own content should be considered. Maybe just a case of declaring the origin, or ...?

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