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Anti-piracy agency proposes scheme to warn kids of three strikes law

French kids to get copyright education

Not happy with enshrining the previously unknown concept of ‘three strikes’ in to French law, the French anti-piracy agency Hadopi has announced a scheme to indoctrinate children against file sharing.

According to Torrent Freak, the agency plans to open a stand at the Kidexpo in Paris where it will broadcast its anti-file sharing message directly to 150,000 children.

In an email leaked to French media, Hadopi stated that it “plans to propose a stand dedicated to raising awareness of copyright in the creative arts and cultural content platforms on the internet, in partnership with professionals.”

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