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If you copy something without a license, that is copyright infringement. If you take a copyright protected work and create a work derived from it that’s copyright infringement. If you read these questions, put these questions away, and then ask someone else to write questions, describing what questions you want, that is not copyright infringement. If you “...


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Schools can generally ban whatever they want, but there are some restrictions. The first principle is that public schools have less freedom to ban things compared to private schools: arms of the government cannot infringe on your constitutional rights, but constitutional rights are about the relation of the individual to a government. A state can pass a ...


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No it is not illegal A school can ban or block online content from its own computers or connections as its administrators or teachers think proper, and does not need any law that authorizes or requires them to do so. The US Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) requires schools and libraries which receive discounts for Internet access or internal ...


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As the answer by ohwilleke correctly says, a university is not legally required to have or enforce any policy on this subject. However, a university may, if it chooses, prohibit romantic or sexual involvement between faculty and current students. I believe that some universities and colleges have such policies, and that at one time almost all such ...


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The only time that this conduct has to be prohibited in a private university is when state or federal law prohibits it in any case. In those circumstances, no separate university policy to restate the applicable law is required. Best practices are to make students and teachers aware of any applicable laws, because knowing that, the the parties are less ...


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There are multiple questions here, so I've picked those that seem to be most relevant. What is the criteria to study BA LLB? As well as being an Indian national, one needs at least 45% aggregate in their 12th (a.k.a 10+2) to be eligible for the CLAT entrance exam - a pass being a prerequisite for enrollment in to an under graduate five-year BA LLB course. ...


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You can’t I’m sorry to hear about your circumstances but they are, unfortunately, yours. The fact that you or a family member is sick or has otherwise suffered misadventure does not give you an excuse for avoiding your contractual obligations; in this case, to pay the fee by the due date. In fact, as I read it, the due date for payment had come and gone ...


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