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Computer Game Teaches Fair Use
posted by mpawlo on Wednesday June 19, @03:12PM
from the eff-versus-bsa dept.
Copyright The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) together with Privacyactivism has released an interactive video game designed to educate players about their privacy and fair use rights. The game is focused on digital rights management technologies, online spyware, and data profiling servers. We have seen similar games in Sweden from the Anti-piracy Bureau and Flash movies from BSA in the US, however striking a different tune.

Play Carabella.

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