It seems that the upstanding people at the MPAA think the best way to guarantee future profits is by convincing children that it is their duty as good citizens to buy their products:
By the end of one session, the teacher asked one boy: ''Will you stop copying music online and download the right way?"
''Yes," he answered. ''I'll go to the music store and buy more CDs."
Students learn to repeat the program's motto: ''If you don't pay for it, you've stolen it."
The Boston Globe: Laying down the copyright law -- to children
Ignoring the ethics of taking commercialism to the classroom and portraying a completely one-sided viewpoint, you can get music legally for free.