Intellectual property education
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Intellectual property education is the teaching of explanations of and arguments concerning intellectual property laws, especially copyright and related violations. Proponents[who?] argue that such education should be implemented because of increasing copyright infringement by students (and the general population). Detractors[who?] argue that such education is tantamount to forced indoctrination of propaganda.
- Shaheen Lakhan, Meenakshi Khurana, The State of Intellectual Property Education Worldwide, 2007, (5)2
- Shaheen Lakhan, Stop Piracy with Edification: Intellectual Property Education in School - Education Today - NZ. Issue 6:2003
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