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The disturbing rise of 'copywrong' and how we architects must fight it

'Copywrong', the antithesis of copyright, has emerged as a significant threat to both architects and architecture in recent years. Initiatives to curtail this miserably corrupting process are long overdue and it's high time our profession woke up and took some action. Why has this crisis emerged so suddenly, and who is responsible?

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