Chegg and the cheating pandemic

On Monday, I will resume my series on “the law & ethics of Chegg” and explain why Chegg’s CEO should be prosecuted for wire fraud …

prior probability

According to this recent report by Susan Adams (via Forbes), more and more college students are using Chegg and other similar “study” platforms to cheat on their online exams and assignments. Starting next month, I will begin a new series on “the law and ethics of Chegg” and make the case that Chegg should be criminally charged with wire fraud and with conspiracy to commit wire fraud. In the meantime, however, I will remain offline while my family and I take a well-deserved beach vacation …

You googled answers and paid for chegg didn't you? - Spongebob Face | Meme  Generator

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About F. E. Guerra-Pujol

When I’m not blogging, I am a business law professor at the University of Central Florida.
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