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I need a website for information on the afghanistan war begining to present?

I need a website for information on the afghanistan war begining to present? Topic: War and terrorism essays
May 22, 2019 / By Astaroth
Question: Im doing an essay on the afghanistan war from the begining to present day. It would be very helpful if someone could send me a link to find the information i need im writing a 4 page essay so i need alot of information please and thank you
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Originally Answered: What information do I need on the works cited page for a website in MLA format?
If this is going to be real website, I seriously suggest you talk to legal counsel. Unfortunately, most of the answers on here are very wrong. Generally speaking, copying or even adapting another's copyrighted work is copyright infringement. It doesn't matter whether you cite sources or whether you make no money from it. Plagiarism and copyright infringement are two separate things. Most importantly, copyright infringement is based on statutory law (Title 17 of the US Code). So you have specific rules you must follow. There is also no general guideline to avoid copyright infringement. Much of it is determined on a case-by-case basis.
Originally Answered: What information do I need on the works cited page for a website in MLA format?
You said "YOU" want to make a web site whereby "YOU" tell people how to do things. Therefore, I'm wondering why "YOU" need to consult other so-called authorities (books and etc.) to tell the public what "YOU" think and have to say regarding the subjects "YOU," via your web-site, are representing yourself as being an expert on? Do you have some form of inferiority complex that craves recognition? Now to address plagiarism and copyright infringement: if a person reads books, and most people do, and is an author, ans some people are, certain concepts (ideas) and information may have been gained from the person's reading which are presented as self originated by an author while the author is simply transcribing personal thoughts on a subject: that is not copyright infringement. Copying what another author has written and passing it off as your personal thoughts on something is copyright infringement. Copying what another author has written, but distorting it enough to avoid copyright problems is unethical. Some things are not, because of common usage, subject to copyright infringement: recipes for example i.e.; how to make chocolate milk (you dump some chocolate into some milk and stir). From the take I got when reading your question, I'd advise you to find another topic for expressing expert opinion; say one you know something about.

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