Paradigms for Copyright

Paradigms for Copyright

Several students from a high school in Fairfax County, Virginia, and another in Tucson, Arizona, filed suit against ‘Paradigms for copyright infringement iParadigms is the company that owns and operates Tumitin, a software program that allows educational institutions to check student term papers against previous students’ papers to detect plagiarism. The students wanted their papers removed from Tumitin because no contract was ever formed to allow their papers to be posted to Tumitin, that there was duress involved when they clicked to submit their papers because they had no choice but to post them in order to turn in their papers, and that they were minors and could not make valid contracts.

Are the students correct? Or was there a valid contract?

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