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According to The New York Times article, the puppeteer of the financial crime and fraud case where parents are accused of bribery to influence undergraduates admission decision, it was William Singer, the founder of a college preparatory business called the Edge College & Career Network, also known as The Key. Authorities said The Key and its nonprofit arm helped students cheat on their standardized tests, and paid bribes to the coaches who could get them into college with fake athletic credentials. This was the Justice Department’s largest-ever college admissions prosecution. What are the legal issues in this case? lists specific laws or rules that were violated or that might be involved and explains how those laws apply to the case? What professional codes or standards (e.g., ACM, AHIMA, IEEE, NSPE, etc.) and/or industry/corporate codes apply to the case; cites specific procedures or concepts that apply and that clarify what is acceptable and unacceptable conduct for stakeholders in the case.

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