We are living in a time where schools are reporting record-low test scores and have come to the conclusion that students need to spend more time in the classroom.
Apparently a california school has it in their mind that they have the time to introduce a new Anti-Piracy course that will be taught in their school.
It makes you wonder how much of a kickback that the MPAA and RIAA is giving the leader responsible for approving this course. It is a good thing that the +Electronic Frontier Foundation is on the case. If you are a parent who has a student who is to be enrolled such a course, it is time to make some noise at your childs school.
Downloading Is Mean! Content Industry Drafts Anti-Piracy Curriculum for Elementary Schools | Threat Level | Wired.com
Shared with: Public, Electronic Frontier Foundation+1’d by: Cory McNuttLucas Dummitt – 2013-09-24 15:20:17-0400Same old story: Don’t Copy That Floppy (Official Video – Digitally Remastered)Keith I Myers – 2013-09-24 15:35:19-0400Wow, I vaguely remember the Dont Copy that Floppy