A crackdown for online term-paper vendors

05/24/2004 | Sacramento Bee (Calif.) (free registration), The

The California Assembly has passed a bill barring the sale of online term papers to students seeking high school credit for the plagiarized works. As the bill heads to the Senate, some are concerned the measure will jeopardize free-speech rights of the papers' authors.

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