Copyright Law issues and disabilities
The latest ALRC (Australian Law Reform Commission) Copyright in the Digital Economy should recommend that copyright exceptions for those with disabilities (and their carers ) , especially children with disabilities, should not under any circumstances be undermined by contract law or copyright laws TPMs (technological protection measures.) For more about TPMs and what they are – see my blog located at sweenylegal.com
An immediate review of the exceptions in relation to TPMs, (technological protection measures) in the Australian Copyright Legislation, coupled with increased access to copyright works for persons with a range of disabilities – should be paramount, and is a basic human right which should be implemented as soon as practicable.
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