Australia's copyright reform could bring millions of books to the blind
Proposed changes to Australia’s copyright law should make it easier to create and distribute versions of copyrighted works that are accessible to people with disabilities.
The Copyright Amendment (Disability Access and other Measures) Bill was introduced to Parliament.
If passed, it would enable people with disabilities to access and enjoy books and other material in formats they can use, such as braille, large print or DAISY audio. More information is provided on the EconoTimes website.