Internet firms told to remove adverts as England bans essay mills

From Times Higher Education: “The Westminster government has written to internet search providers asking them to remove advertising for essay mills after legislation making contract cheating illegal became law. With the Skills and Post-16 Education Act receiving royal assent, it is now illegal in England to offer to complete assignments or examinations for financial gain to students enrolled at a higher education provider, or to make arrangements to advertise such services.

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