Eagle-eyed reader Chris spotted this quote in a Mail story about computers in schools:
Fancy that! Widespread plagiarism. Outrageous. Which of course is entirely unadjacent to the practice of a certain media group, who when confronted by Just Do It about lifting Twitpics, snappily retorted:
Elliott Wagland, Pictures Editor for the Mail wrote back: "Unfortunately we cannot pay the amount you have requested, these images were taken from TwitPic and therefore placed in the public domain, also after consultation with Twitter they have always asked us to byline images by the username of the account holder.
Is it computers in schools that have led to 'widespread plagiarism'? Or are these kids just copying the Mail?