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 May 23, 2007 - 11:00 AM - by Michael
* Google bans cheaters

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A new ad-ban has come down from Google; they will no longer accept ads from paper- and essay-writing services because they are businesses designed around academic cheating.

We welcome this move. Essay writing sites claim that students pay hundreds of pounds for model answers - but do not then submit these as their own work. We all know this claim is absurd."

The universities organisation says that in particular there have been difficulties with essays bought by students from companies which sell tailor-made answers, where fees can be up to ?5,000 for a single piece of extended work.
Yeah. I find it hard to believe they're legitimate too.
 

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