There are two things in the article in particular that stand out to me.
The first, of course, is the core concept of plagiarism. and the reason it bothers me is that it's not entirely accurate to how the world actually works. Generally speaking, most occupations don't care *how* you find the information you need to perform them so long as you actually do. It's not like my job penalizes me for looking up a procedure that I don't know (or have simply forgotten) how to do.
Second is the sheer cost of the services provided by this company. The fact that students would rather spend two grand than just write a damn paper is terrifying regardless of the reasons for which it's done (be it lack of motivation or lack of ability).