Two separate federal rulings this last month should make media and computer programs more accessable and available to all of us. The first ruling comes from the US Copyright Office said today that, essentially, ownership is ownership. You can take your device or purchased content and do with it what you may, as long as […]
After reading this article, I think you’ll agree that there’s little to cheer about on the accessibility front. What do you think? (link).
An ominous example of technology misuse. Reminds me of some of the controversy surrounding automated data logging in AAC. (link)
(from the DOJ website) WASHINGTON – The Justice Department today announced separate agreements under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) with Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Pace University in New York City and Reed College in Portland, Ore., regarding the use in a classroom setting of the electronic book reader, the Kindle DX, a […]
‘Public Option’ in Health Plan May Be Dropped – NYTimes.com. Some news from last summer