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BPI backs schools anti-sharing campaign


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UK record labels are backing a worldwide campaign designed to educate children about the "dangers" of file sharing.

Internet charity Childnet has published a guide - Young People, Music and the Internet - that will be distributed to parents and teachers in the UK through schools, libraries and music retailers. It will also be supported by a viral online campaign.

The guide focuses both on the legality of sharing and on the threat that malware on p2p networks can pose to an unsecured PC.

BPI chief executive Geoff Taylor said that the campaign aims to demystify music on the internet and encourage more people to start downloading legally

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