A campaign to teach children about copyright infringement on the internet, is employing cartoons and puns on pop stars’ names, to get the message across.
Even its makers admit it is a “dry” and “niche” subject for a cartoon aimed at seven-year-olds.
But the Intellectual Property Office adds learning to “respect” copyrights and trademarks is a “key life skill”. And it is hoping the adventures of Nancy and the Meerkats can finally make intellectual property “fun”.
Read the full story here: Kitty Perry and the copyright lessons for seven-year-olds | BBC News