Learning - General Knowledge | 11-18 yrs

Intellectual Property Rights Crimes: What You Need To Tell Your Child

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With the advent of smartphones and tablets, accessing the Net has become child's play - literally and figuratively. 

More and more children today use the Net to do projects, write papers or come up with innovative ideas for discussion in the classroom. But is your child aware if he is breaking any intellectual property right laws while doing the above activities?

As a parent, it's your duty to be aware of Intellectual Property Rights and educate your child about them, so she doesn't commit a crime inadvertently. 


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