For many young Americans, technology has not only become an integral part of their everyday lives, but it is also changing the way they cheat on tests, plagiarize papers, and then share the how-to details, reports ABC News. And educators are struggling to keep up with the latest tools and trends and reverse blase attitudes toward cheating that have spread like a viral video on YouTube. For Kiki Kho, a 19-year-old Texas college freshman, the moment of weakness came on the eve of a French exam. There were just so many words to memorize, and so little time to learn...

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