Arstechnia.com reports that legislation is being considered in California that would tether the state's educational technology grant program to teaching copyright laws to students. Schools that wish to apply for grants will need to demonstrate that they have a plan to educate their students in ethical behavior in information technology, the importance of copyright, and the implications of peer-to-peer file-sharing. The MPAA and RIAA have formally supported the bill......
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