The Business Software Alliance (BSA), a software advocacy group that fights piracy and educates computer users on copyright laws, has launched an anti-piracy campaign targeted at schools. Called "Reboot Your Attitude," the campaign's goal is to teach K-12 students the importance of ethical software use.


"Technology is becoming so prevalent in education today, and students are now exposed to software at such a young age," said Jason Penchoff, communications manager for the alliance.


"If we teach them to make ethical judgments about software now, hopefully they'll remember these lessons later in life," he added.


With help from Scholastic Inc., BSA has developed

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