The Rutland Herald in Vermont reports how the internet is making it difficult for educators nationwide to detect and discourage plagiarism in their classes. In an age of “cut-and-paste,” always-on internet access, educators say plagiarism is becoming increasingly commonplace. What’s worse, they say, students often don’t see anything wrong with lifting quotes and passages sans attribution. To combat the problem, the paper reports, several schools are turning to online services that vow to catch these cheaters in the act.