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Unformatted text preview: Title Ethical and Legal Issues on the Internet Assessment A, Part 1: MBC News Interview Do you think the Internet has made students less ethical? The Internet doesn't make people unethical; it only enables unethical people to do what they were always going to do - cheat, plagiarize, infringe on copyrights - easier and faster. What can colleges do today to help encourage academic integrity and deter unethical behavior? By blocking access to websites that sell term papers, provide test answers or otherwise promote unethical behavior. Where is blogging going in the future? Blogging will become a more credible and valuable way to examine social, political, cultural, legal and entertainment issues. Why should we pay any attention to what you say in your blog? You don't have to have an advanced degree to be an expert in something, have an opinion or facilitate a discussion. And most bloggers dYou don't have to have an advanced degree to be an expert in something, have an opinion or facilitate a discussion....
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- Spring '10