California Law Review
Blake E. Reid, Copyright and Disability, 109 Calif. L. Rev. 2173 (2021), available at https://scholar.law.colorado.edu/faculty-articles/1547.
A vast array of copyrighted works—books, video programming, software, podcasts, video games, and more—remain inaccessible to people with disabilities. International efforts to adopt limitations and exceptions to copyright law that permit third parties to create and distribute accessible versions of books for people with print disabilities have drawn some attention to the role that copyright law plays in inhibiting the accessibility of copyrighted works. However, copyright scholars have not meaningfully engaged with the role that copyright law plays in the broader tangle of disability rights.
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