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Plagiarism occurs when a user takes any original creative works, namely 2D or 3D assets, from the original developer/builder/desig
Deceptive game 1

An example of a stolen place.

ner/artist, and passes it off as their own. The plagiarizer does not attribute (give credit to) the original creator of the item. Plagiarism is different than copyright infringement.

One way plagiarism is different than copyright infringement is that plagiarism can happen with the full blessing of the original creator. For example, User1 can design a custom shirt for her brother, User2, to sell as group merchandise in his Roblox store. She does them for free and doesn't want credit. User2 uploads the shirt under his own name and does not state “Designed by User1” in the credits/description. A group member posts on the group wall: “U make cool merch, u r an awesome dzignr.” User2 replies: “Thanks”. User2 is falsely claiming credit for work he didn't do, committing plagiarism with the full blessing of his “ghost” designer sister. Sometimes, plagiarism is not copyright infringement.

Copyright is governed by the federal law called the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Most Roblox creators don't have registered trademarks, so here, we will focus on original creative works and copyright, which do not require
Deceptive game 2

Another example of a stolen place, but it is a copy of the plaza.

a registered trademark, per se. For artists and designers, especially Roblox clothing designers or 2D and 3D asset creators, the minute they publish original creative work on the Roblox platform (“tangible form”) they establish copyright.

Plagiarism is often frowned upon within the Roblox community and in severe cases may be classified as copyright infringement. Plagiarism is often seen through copied advertisements, decals, places, and clothing items. More notable Robloxians who have been identified as having plagiarized include Jaredvaldez4.

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