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Intellectual Property – Student Papers – Plagiarism Web Site (access required)

A proprietary Web site, “Turnitin,” used by schools to screen student papers for plagiarism, does not violate federal copyright law by digitally archiving papers turned in by students, and the U.S. District Court in Alexandria dismisses plaintiff’s suit against defendant company, as the digital archiving is authorized under the Clickwrap Agreement plaintiffs consented to and ...

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