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Which Sites Are the Most Copied?

According to a recent whitepaper from TurnItIn, Plagiarism and the Web: Myths and Realities, the following Web sites are the most popular sources for studentmatched content on the Web:
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According to a recent whitepaper from TurnItIn, Plagiarism and the Web: Myths and Realities, the following Web sites are the most popular sources for studentmatched content on the Web:

¦ en.wikipedia.org
¦ answers.yahoo.com
¦ www.answers.com
¦ www.slideshare.net
¦ www.oppapers.com
¦ www.scribd.com
¦ www.coursehero.com
¦ www.medlibrary.org

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