AmCham Bosnia Anti-Piracy Campaign Targets High School Students
Last month the American Chamber of Commerce in Bosnia and Herzegovina (AmCham) announced the launch of its new intellectual property campaign “Do not be silly, respect creative work” created to raise awareness among high school students about the problem of Internet piracy.
The students in the performing arts department at a high school in the Bosnian capital Sarajevo created the campaign logos, slogans and a video, with the help of a local designer, a production company and a video producer. The video will be screened at the upcoming AmCham IP conferences in the region. High school debate clubs all over the country will organize a series of debates over Internet piracy issues. The U.S. Embassy in Bosnia and Herzegovina will finance the campaign.
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Source: AmCham Bosnia
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