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Contributor's comments: Millions of college students use Chegg. Professors say it enables cheating – and possible blackmail.
An apparent good Samaritan had bad news for math professor Juan Gutiérrez: one of his students cheated on an exam.
The person, who identified himself as an incoming graduate student in the USA, said he had helped an undergraduate on a test after the two had connected online. The emailer said he worked for Chegg, a website that sells itself as a one-stop shop for collegians who need help with their studies.
Some academics and students know Chegg for another reason: claims it enables cheating in the classroom.
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