yeah. That's similar to what we've been doing so far with WikiLeaks, right?
Not exactly. Lying consistently is coNP-hard. We should be dubious of a flat list of names dumped onto the net. But if someone dumps a huge trove of correlated information like those diplomatic cables, having the trove be both a convincing and a false narrative is exponentially more difficult for them to execute... assuming P != NP
With Google around, plagiarists would have to be idiots to try it at this point.
What I want to do when I read a paper is learn something I can use to make my code better, or to learn that the problem is way harder than I thought and I need to find a workaround. The problem these days is actually being able to read papers without being affiliated with a university, because so many papers are behind publisher paywalls or trapped on internal-only university servers. Someone having to pay what a textbook costs to read a ten year old paper is probably not what the author had in mind when they wrote it.
Please whatever copyright you use, post the paper online so bright but indigent students can read it.
The trouble with being punctual is that people think you have nothing more important to do.