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Early life[ edit ] Hari was born in GlasgowScotland, to a Scottish mother and Swiss father,  before his family relocated to London when he was an infant. After university he joined the New Statesmanwhere he worked between andand then wrote two columns a week for The Independent.
First, he was accused of plagiarism following the discovery of his repeated use of quotes from other journalists' work as if they were the product of his own interviewing. Then, having attracted critics' attention, he was found to have anonymously edited the Wikipedia pages of some of those critics so as to present them in a negative light.
These behaviours resulted in significant damage to Hari's reputation: Ireland, garnered significant press interest after they alleged plagiarism in some of Hari's interviews, which they compared with earlier material published by other journalists and also previous written works by his interview subjects.
One is that when I interviewed people I often presented things that had been said to other journalists or had been written in books as if they had been said to me, which was not truthful.
After the plagiarism allegations, the Media Standards Trust said in a statement that they recognised the potential of the complaints to damage the reputation of the Orwell Prize which Hari had been awarded in and instructed the Council of the Orwell Prize to examine the allegations.
Hari arranged with English PEN to make a donation equal to the value of the prize, to be paid in instalments once he returned to work at The Independent.
Wikipedia editing[ edit ] In mid, Hari was revealed to have made anonymous pejorative edits to the Wikipedia pages of journalists who had criticised his conduct    after Nick Cohen raised concerns in The Spectator. Cohen also wrote that Hari's own Wikipedia entry had been edited by Rose "to make him seem one of the essential writers of our times".
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Johann Eduard Hari (born 21 January ) is a Swiss-British writer and journalist. His journalism has been the subject of accusations of plagiarism, due to numerous cases of him including quotes from other sources as if they were said directly to him; something Hari initially denied but later admitted.
He was identified as, and later admitted being, the author of pejorative edits (under an.