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+ - Technical and Legal Hypothesis of Turnitin.com

Submitted by Don'tTakeMyPaperPlease
Don'tTakeMyPaperPlease (134389) writes "I was excited when I read that some students were taking Turnitin.com to court regarding the company's use of the students' copyrighted papers. I've always felt that the service was quite possibly infringing on students' copyrights and we may finally find out if that is, legally, the case. Here is one theory of how the service operates based on Turnitin.com's assertions, and the resulting implications under copyright law."

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