Comic Book Teaches Internet Piracy Consequences
The Case of Internet Piracy, a booklet for youth, was created by the National Center for State Courts (NCSC). In slick comic book form, it addresses a teenagers downloading of Internet music at the same time her grandmother faced eviction from her home. Both ended up in court. It informs readers about the law and also helps them understand more about the judicial branch of government. Large quantities are available for states and smaller jurisdictions to distribute with their own court named contact information added. Prices range from $6,435 for 5000 copies ($1.29 per copy) to $27,204 for 50,000 copies (54 cents each.) For copies to distribute in your state, contact Greg Chadwell at Layne Morgan Media: gregc@laynemorgan.com or (417) 887 1233.