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The Educational Technology Company Chegg Is Being Sued for Copyright Infringement

Chegg, an educational technology company that has grown rapidly by selling answers to millions of questions about official US college courses, has been sued by publisher Pearson for copyright infringement.

Pearson filed a proceeding against Chegg on Tuesday, with a California-based company copying hundreds of thousands of questions from Pearson’s textbooks and selling them with answers as part of a $ 14.95 “homework help” subscription. Claimed to have infringed the rights “on a large scale”. Service for students.

The movement comes as Pearson Start a strategic shift Under the new CEO Andy Bird, the FTSE 100 Group has launched a subscription service that gives US students access to all 1,500 textbooks for $ 14.99 per month.

Read the source article at California News Times Today

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