DRM and Visual Impairment

I was happy to discover Rupert Goodwin’s blog today, thanks to Cory’s post on BB about the terrible situation that the visually-impaired have with DRM on ebooks.

I’d say that for at least the next 25 years or so, our best bet is on improved machine assistance rather than a biological solution, so things such as DRM really cause an undue hindrance to folks who just want to read a book. I’m hoping DRM will meet the Americans with Disabilities Act in court and get its ass kicked someday.

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Author: Charlie Herron

Denizen of Portland, Maine; tech jack; lover / hater / whatever; philosophical dabbler. http://twitter.com/realgeek