Film body The Industry Trust for IP Awareness has partnered with the charity Childnet International to fund the free guide ‘Music, Films and the Internet,’ which aims to highlight the implications of children downloading illegal entertainment.

The new guide, which is available to the public from November 9 and will be distributed to every secondary school in the UK, highlights the legal and illegal sources of downloading entertainment on the Internet.

The guide is meant to encourage parents and teachers to discuss the ethical implications of illegally downloading films, TV shows and music and will be translated into other languages.

The launch of the guide is fronted by actress Kym Marsh and Childnet’s Communications and Policy Manager, Lucinda Fell, who hopes the guide “will help parents and teachers to introduce the concept of responsible digital citizenship.”