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The End of Captain Copyright

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Monday February 05, 2007
Digital Copyright Canada is first out to note that Access Copyright has pulled the plug on Captain Copyright.  The Captain generated enormous criticism earlier this year when the lessons, which targeted children as young as Grade One, came to light.  Access Copyright suggests that it is too difficult in the current climate to develop balanced copyright teaching materials that will be used in the classroom.  For those teachers and librarians who requested "literally hundreds of learning kits", I suggest taking a look at the Learning Commons project
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H Jones said:

There is a downside to this: how will I instill recording industry dogma in my children without that flashy hero?
February 06, 2007

johnny said:

Revenue Revenger's, activate the Demographic Demonizor Ray, we have infants to indoctrinate!
February 14, 2007

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