*NEWS*TAIWAN BANS INVISIBLE-INK FROM…..

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*NEWS*TAIWAN BANS INVISIBLE-INK FROM…..

 user 2006-06-12 at 10:26:00 am Views: 74
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    Taiwan bans invisible-ink pens from exams
    To
    prevent students from cheating during school exams, Taiwan on Monday
    banned the use of invisible-ink pens.”We will bar students from using
    invisible-ink pens during exams because many students are cheating with
    these pens,” Lee Yu-Chuan, from the Education Ministry’s Higher
    Education Department, told a news conference.Since an invisible-ink pen
    uses fluorescent ink, a student can write invisible notes on a piece of
    paper and take the paper to the exam. During the exam, he or she can
    then read the notes by shining the ultraviolet flash — which is at the
    other end of the pen — onto the paper. The notes become visible when
    they are exposed to ultraviolet light.Education authorities in many
    countries, including China, have banned students from using
    invisible-ink pens during exams to prevent cheating.An invisible-ink
    pen is sold for 200 Taiwan dollars ($6)