[d@DCC] Copyright education in schools
russell at flora.ca
Wed Dec 1 12:44:36 EST 2004
On Wed, 1 Dec 2004, Chris Brand wrote:
> There's very little detail beyond the fact that "British Music
> Rights worked with education experts to put together a
> learning pack". I wonder how balanced the material is ?
Does the UK have the literary equivalent of Access Copyright (AKA:
Excess Copyright)? These folks (previously under the name of CANCOPY, AKA
Can'tCopy) have been "educating" Canadians on copyright for years. As has
been said before, trusting Access Copyright to educate people on copyright
is like trusting fast food companies to educate people on nutrition.
Russell McOrmond, Internet Consultant: <http://www.flora.ca/>
Code is Law: how software code regulates the activities of citizens,
and acts similar to law. How do we ensure transparency/accountability?
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