> She said: "In today's digital environment, even very young people are IP consumers, accessing online digital content independently and regularly.
What, unlike 30 years ago when they were reading books, magazines, cartoons, and watching TV? Some could even operate the VHS independently and regularly. Were they not "IP consumers" then too?
> "They are creators of IP, and many will leave school or university to take up careers in industries that depend upon inventiveness and creativity.
Ah, unlike any time since, I dunno, the creation of the printing press?
Here's a suggestion. If this woman can't learn to talk English, and make a point which can't be trivially torn apart in 20 seconds, she'd probably better think twice before trying to patronise kids. Who will probably be a lot more savvy than she seems to think when it comes to a bullshit detector.