More cheating websites blocked
The Minister for Education today announced that another 100 illegal academic cheating websites have been blocked.
This brings the total number of commercial academic cheating services subject to TEQSA action under protocols with major ISPs to 250 since August 2022.
TEQSA’s action is proving effective at disrupting cheating services – Australian web traffic to cheating services was down 50% in semester 2 (September – November) 2022 compared with 2021.
In addition to our enforcement activity, TEQSA has a range of resources available to assist higher education students, academics and professional staff to strengthen cultures of academic integrity and protect against the risk posed by commercial academic cheating services.
You can also report a suspected cheating service to TEQSA for investigation.