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September 15, 2012

Hi Tech Cheaters
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We live in a digital world of instant information. But is all this new technology making it too easy to cheat? Then - is America’s legal system broken? An acclaimed attorney speaks out, and explains how to fix the problem.
Episode Segments:
InfoTrak: Cheating with Technology

The rise of technology has made cheating in school easier than ever. Dr. Eric Anderman, Director of the School of Educational Policy & Leadership in the College of Education & Human Ecology at Ohio State University , talked about the new, high-tech tools that students use to cheat and why many kids see nothing wrong with it. He also talked about the countermeasures that teachers and professors have devised to combat plagiarism and other forms of cheating. He offered advice to parents who are concerned about their child’s education.
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InfoTrak: Fixing the Broken Legal System

Attorney Anthony Curto, author of The Time For Justice believes that America’s legal system is broken, primarily because of excessive delays in courts. He explained that because most legal cases require years to resolve, people have lost confidence in the system’s ability to deliver justice. He talked about the negative consequences of this problem, and offered ideas to streamline court schedules.
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InfoTrak: The 8-minute Organizer

Nearly everyone can use some help in getting organized. Regina Leeds, professional organizer and author of The 8-Minute Organizer talked about the reasons that keeping order in our lives and possessions is so difficult. She offered small, step-by-step suggestions on how determine goals to get organized, and how to create positive routines for the long-term.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Anthony Curto
Over the course of his renowned law career, Anthony Curto has represented hundreds of prominent clients, from $100 million companies such as Yoo-hoo and Francesco Rinaldi to celebrities and personalities, including Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Harry Chapin, Mike Francesa, Bernard Baruch, Msgr. Tom Hartman, Freeman McNeil and Paula Abdul. As a senior partner of Forchelli, Curto, Deegan, Schwartz, Mineo, Cohn, & Terrana on Long Island, Mr. Curto has been associated with many complex, high-profile matters, but his day-to-day legal philosophy is refreshingly simple: Serve your clients well by getting the issues resolved in the quickest, most efficient way possible. His practice reflects what he has identified as the major problem in the judicial system today—-the inordinate length of time that cases proceed through our legal system. He practices from a business mindset, isolating the issues, view to the goal, and knowledge of the law to bring the problem to conclusion quickly and judiciously.

Time for Justice Website

Regina Leeds
Regina Leeds, named best organizer by Los Angeles magazine, has been a professional organizer for more than twenty years. She is the author of several books, including the New York Times bestseller One Year to an Organized Life. She lives in Toluca Lake, California.

Regina's Website