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The ever-evolving miracles of technology are helping students find new and daring ways to cheat. The Ohio State University has charged 83 undergraduates with violating the school's code of student contact by using a group messaging app to cheat on assignments in a business class last year. 

The school's Committee on Academic Misconduct says it investigated claims made by a professor at the Fisher College of Business in April and determined that the students used GroupMe, an app that supports document and calendar sharing, to commit several violations, including "unauthorized collaboration on graded assignments," the Columbus Dispatch reports.

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