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Intellectual Property – Student Papers – Plagiarism Website – Fair Use (access required)

A graduate student’s lawsuit against a proprietary Web site, “Turnitin,” used by schools to screen student papers for plagiarism and that digitally archives papers turned in by students, is dismissed because plaintiff’s claims for replevin, conversion and unjust enrichment are preempted by federal copyright law, says an Alexandria U.S. District Court. Plaintiff graduate student alleges ...

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