You should watch the CNN report. Homework peddling is illegal across many American states.
WRT, EW_writer is lying, and he knows
it. The CNN reporter is either mistaken or misread the laws (if she read them at all). I already quoted the exact laws in another thread and proved—beyond a shadow of a doubt—that example research sites are, in and of themselves, absolutely not
illegal. What is
specifically illegal is for any person, Web site, or company to sell a ready-to-submit paper to a person who gives the seller reasonable cause to believe that the he or she plans
to use the paper to commit plagiarism and/or academic fraud.
Is selling a pickup truck illegal? No.
Would a car salesman be held criminally responsible
if he sold a pickup truck, on-the-spot, to a customer who walks onto the lot and says, "Hey, Carl, sell me this pickup truck so that I can commit vehicular homicide against my wife"? Yes.
As long as a US Federal Court (in any district) orders Google, Yahoo, and MSN to ban his filthy employer's sites (as happened in the ***** vs. SNR case), the sites are as good as dead, and EW_writer can kiss his dirty income good-bye. The crooks can't sell what consumers can't find.
LOL, the clock is ticking. By the way, the ***** case will serve as uncannily relevant precedent for the plaintiffs. Oh, and by the way, when a class action lawsuit gets filed against EssayWriters.net, any person can join in the litigation against EssayWriters.net.