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From: Electronic Frontier Foundation
Date: Thu, May 28, 2009 at 10:00 AM
Subject: Teach Copyright Right!

Last week, the Copyright Alliance Education Foundation — a nonprofit
mouthpiece for the entertainment and software industries — unveiled
plans to spread its protectionist ideas to the nation's schools and
libraries through the distribution of a curriculum titled "Think
First, Copy Later." "Think First, Copy Later" and other intimidating
educational materials were produced by the MPAA, RIAA, Business
Software Alliance, and other content holders to scare students into
believing that making copies is wrong.

EFF knows that the creators and innovators of tomorrow don't need more
intimidation. What they need is solid, accurate information that will
help them make smart choices about how to use new technologies. That's
why EFF is launching the free, Creative Commons-licensed "Teaching
Copyright" curriculum and website to help educators explore copyright
issues in their classrooms. These materials encourage students to
discover their legal rights and responsibilities — including how to
make full and fair use of technology that is revolutionizing learning
and the exchange of information.

The debates over copyright and technology — whether they take place in
classrooms, pressrooms or courtrooms — should be based on facts, not
fear. Help EFF in our ongoing efforts to educate the public —
including smart, creative and inquisitive young people — about the
purpose and limits of copyright law.

Please donate to EFF today!

EFF appreciates your support and respects your privacy.
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