With the opportunity to earh a 'Respect Copyright badge', Los Angeles Boy Scouts now have an extra level of 'encouragement' to protect the copyrights. The badge has been developed by the Motion Picture Association of America. As part of the program, the boys get to tour Hollywood studios to see all the different people impacted by copyright violation.
"Working with the Boy Scouts of Los Angeles, we have a real opportunity to educate a new generation about how movies are made, why they are valuable, and hopefully change attitudes about intellectual property theft," said Dan Glickman, chairman of the Motion Picture Association of America.
If we can brainwash the kids early then maybe we won't have to watch the repetitive commercials about movie pirating at the beginning of every flick.
Respect Copyright Badge
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