Times are tough for media organizations trying to cover news as more and more journalists keep getting laid off. A suit in the U.S. contends that staff at one newspaper tried to cope by using plagiarism. Or, as a source described the practice to a New York Times reporter, “errors stemming from aggregating news from various sources.”
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