CNet reports that members of Hong Kong’s Boy Scouts movement and other uniformed youth movements with participants between the ages of 9 and 25 are to monitor the internet to report copyright infringers. As the first wave of the campaign, 1,600 youths will vow to participate in the Youth Ambassadors programme in a Hong Kong stadium tomorrow. All members of the Boy Scouts and Girl Guides are expected to participate. If they spot infringing material, they will report it to the authorities via a password-protected website, who will verify the posting and then inform the relevant trade group.
Tuesday, 18 July 2006
The IPKat is speechless.
Posted by Unknown at 3:16:00 p.m.