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Resource ID: #14176
Subject: Education
Source: Pittsburgh Magazine
Date: 1997-01-08


In the academic world, the Carnegie Mellon study, "Marketing Pornography on the Information Superhighway", is used as a textbook example of how not to do research. The same study was praised in the Senate and was included in preparations to defend the Communications Decency Act. The two principals behind the study, Marty Rimm, an undergraduate at the time, and Marvin Sirbu, a professor, are emerging from a year-long faculty committee investigation into ethics and research misconduct allegations.

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