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Web Site Tests Students' Ethical Boundaries

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Web Site Tests Students' Ethical Boundaries

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The Internet has given unprecedented access to information, but where do we draw the line? A new Web site invites users to share old college exams online. Is it cheating — or democracy?

Demir Oral, founder of www.postyourtest.com Dr. Teddi Fishman, director of the Academic Center for Integrity at Clemson University, discuss the ethics of online test sharing.