Shame Australia: Opposing Blind/Deaf Access to Works


Shame Australia: Opposing Blind/Deaf Access to Works

KEI reports (another here) that the Australian delegation is opposing a treaty which would prohibit discrimination against blind and deaf people trying to access works.   A shameful display of copyright ideology.

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