Plagiarism and Banning Policy

As a part of our commitment to providing unique and creative content we don't allow article copying or redistribution from other sources or materials as a whole. However, we allow referencing and using other materials published on other websites or any other media platforms as a part of your article with the following rules and guidelines:

1- You should mention the original source or reference you refer to inside your article with mentioning the original author or source in ways that are not conflicting with original author's well or copyrights.

2- Plagiarized materials shouldn't exceed a maximum of 25% of a whole article content.

3- You should rephrase copied materials in your own words as a part of your article considering using these materials for inspirational and referencing purposes only with mentioning the original author as denoted.

4- Plagiarism attempts are prohibited in case of copying a whole content or solid paragraphs the same way they are published on their original sources.

5- Plagiarizing or copying external or internal contents from other authors will be detected as a part of our plagiarism detection system and if they exceed the plagiarism limit per article (>25%) then your article will be rejected automatically and you will be warned for that.

6- You will get banned from writing on Orrec upon 3 consecutive plagiarism attempts at first for one week. The second time for using 3 consecutive plagiarized content you will be banned for one month from writing on Orrec. Finally if any further plagiarism detection you will be banned permanently from writing articles.

7- Our plagiarism detection system is an auto-generated algorithm that seeks similarities through the whole web. It is fairly accurate and automated.

8- Translating materials from any language to another could be detected as plagiarism attempts also as many websites offer materials in different languages and many websites depend on translating materials from reliable and well known sources so your articles could be translated and published somewhere else on the web. For previous reasons we advice not to translate articles from other websites and you can use them only for inspirational purposes in your articles.

9- The only reliable way to publish unique and interesting materials on Orrec and not getting detected by our plagiarism system is that you write your own content and inspirations in your own words while you can use external materials as a part of generating your own ideas. This way you will pass the plagiarism detection easily.

10- Longer content lengths are more unique by nature and also harder to be plagiarized because smaller content lengths are liable for plagiarism detection due to using common words and phrases that could be used anywhere in the web even if your article is not truly plagiarized. For example: If you write a short article (200 words) that starts with this paragraph (It is well known that ...). In the previous case you are using a common phrase that could be detected easily anywhere in the web and in comparison to the whole article length in addition to other common phrases your article could be detected as plagiarism while it is fairly unique. Due to previous reason we have limited our article lengths to be more than 500 words at least and we strongly advice for longer and lengthier articles (at least 1000 to 1500 words each).

11- We understand your concerns and we hope you understand ours too as a part of internet community as we aspire to provide great and interesting content to our valued readers. If you have any concerns or questions, feel free to read our Docs section and provide us with any questions on our dashboard and one of our team will answer you shortly.