Copyright law to be taught to little kids
November 12 , 2013
The Motion Picture Association of America is now planning on teaching a program on anti-privacy in elementary school. It's expected to team up with Internet service providers and the Recording Industry Association to get this message out to young people.
"Be a Creator" program has also gained the support of the California School Library Association and a nonprofit organization, involved with online safety for kids.
Some experts have called the program biased since it fails to educate kids about fair use. Moreover, a copyright lawyer mentioned that kids should be learning how to read and write at this age instead of learning copyright law.