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Music video addresses copyright issues

The Education Division of the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) announces the release of Don’t Copy That 2 School Version.
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The Education Division of the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) announces the release of Don’t Copy That 2 - School Version as part of SIIA’s ongoing effort to help teachers educate K-12 students about the ethical and legal use of copyrighted materials, such as software, books, articles, music and movies.

Don’t Copy That 2 - School Version is a rap music video that addresses the dangers of engaging in piracy and the importance of respecting the creative output of others. The accompanying classroom resources include support materials for the video, lesson plans for middle and high school teachers, a glossary, and other resources that can be helpful to educators in teaching these complex and important concepts.

More information can be found at http://dontcopythat2.com.

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