Web Site Tests Students' Ethical Boundaries The Internet has given unprecedented access to information, but where do we draw the line? The Web site Postyourtest.com invites users to share old college exams online. Is it cheating — or democracy?
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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.