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Mar 17, 2022

A professor from Chapman University, David Berkovitz, is trying to sue a student for copyright infringement. John Iadarola and Francesca Fiorentini break it down on The Damage Report.
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A professor found his exam questions posted online. He’s suing the students responsible for copyright infringement. - https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2022/03/17/chapman-university-professor-lawsuit-copyright-cheating/
"In January, Chapman University business professor David Berkovitz was scrolling through Course Hero, a website where students share documents from college classes, when he came across a call-out for help on test questions that looked strikingly familiar. They were prompts he had written for a midterm and a final exam for his business law class during the previous school year.
“He recognized his very unique fact patterns,” Marc Hankin, Berkovitz’s attorney, said in an interview with The Washington Post. “He found what he believes to be evidence that one or more students were seeking and receiving help actually during the exams last spring.”"
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