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Dorland v. Larson (aka The Bad Art Friend)—Where Plagiarism Meets Copyright Infringement

When journalist Robert Kolker published an article in the New York Times Magazine titled Who is the Bad Art Friend?, it set the internet ablaze over a strange feud between two writers, Dawn Dorland and Sonya Larson. The myriad of issues feverishly debated includes not only white privilege and saviorism, narcissism, performative altruism, and bullying, but …

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