Edtech: Piracy is a tough code to crack for Edtech firms


Edtech companies, including Coursera and Udacity, are caught in a situation where developers and other professionals are sharing paid content from these sites among their peer networks and groups where colleagues or friends avail courses for free.

“You can easily find many such posts on Facebook, wherein one buys expensive courses for $2,000-3,000 from the sites and then sells them for $50. It is becoming quite an open discussion on social media and has been an ongoing problem.


Want to receive more content like this in your inbox?