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Intellectual Property – Student Papers – Plagiarism Web Site

A Web site “Turnitin,” used by schools as a plagiarism check, is “fair use” of students’ work, but the 4th Circuit says the district court must reconsider whether the NoVa student who sued for copyright infringement violated state and federal computer abuse laws.
A.V., a minor v. iParadigms LLC (USCA) (VLW 009-2-078) (26 pp.)

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