From an article on CNET News:
Sixth-graders in American Fork, Utah, will start their journey to middle school on Tuesday with a warning from the director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office about the ills of illegally downloading music, movies and games from the Web. Director Jon Dudas is scheduled to deliver this year’s commencement speech at Legacy Elementary School, situated in the suburbs south of Salt Lake City.
“Under Secretary Dudas will remind students that downloading and copying music, movies and video games without…the artists’ or copyright holders’ permission is an illegal activity,” his agency said in a statement. “Dudas will also talk to the children about the importance of intellectual property and describe the value of patents, copyrights and trademarks in our economy.”
Hoo boy! Now there’s a good time! I’m sure the sixth-graders will be absolutely riveted by such gripping topics.