The B.B.C. reports that we're no longer to be thumpingly reminded that we wouldn't steal a car, but instead will enjoy the more insidious treatment of having our attitudes changed. (There seem to be so many people out to change attitudes these days that my attitudes must feel like visitors to Circe's island.) It's not a regular case of refusal to respect and engage the public as co-travellers in intellectual debate, though:
Children are supposed to gently arrive at the conclusion that if creativity is good, and content is valued, then copyright infringement may be wrong.
This is no longer just about term extension, D.R.M. and the rest: apparently they're out to assault modus ponens.
(Okay, plug in the right set of suppressed premises and it does make sketchy sense; but the description of proposed techniques given in the article gives me no faith that anybody is intended to be so equipped.)