Anti-Plagiarism Experts Raise Questions About Services with Links to Sites Selling Papers
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Anti-Plagiarism Experts Raise Questions About Services With Links to Sites Selling Papers
Two online services that help professors check student papers for plagiarism — PlagiServe.com and EduTie.com — appear to have ties to Web sites that sell term papers to students. That has some professors worried that the two services might be secretly selling the very papers that they claim to check.
However, an official of the two anti-plagiarism services denies that they have any connection to term-paper sellers. PlagiServe.com and EduTie.com are run by Oleksiy Shevchenko, who identified himself in a telephone interview as a computer-science student at a university in Ukraine, though he declined to name the institution.
As of last week, Mr. Shevchenko was also listed in a public database of Internet registrants as the “administrative contact” for a company called Cyber Breeze Networks, which is based in Carson City, Nev. That company runs at least three sites that sell papers to students: mightystudents.com, essaymill.com, and essaysonfile.com.