[games_access] Judge Tosses Blind Gamer's Suit vs. Sony

thomas at pininteractive.com thomas at pininteractive.com
Sat Feb 27 04:20:40 EST 2010


I think this reflect the current view of games as entertainment; this will change as games become platforms for public education. I'm working on such a project in Sweden

Kind regards,
Thomas

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On 27 feb 2010, at 01.43, "Sheri Rubin" <sheri at designdirectdeliver.com<mailto:sheri at designdirectdeliver.com>> wrote:

<http://kotaku.com/5481543/judge-tosses-blind-gamers-suit-vs-sony>http://kotaku.com/5481543/judge-tosses-blind-gamers-suit-vs-sony

"Judge Tosses Blind Gamer's Suit vs. SonyIn October a visually-impaired gamer sued Sony, alleging that it wasn't fulfilling its responsibilities under U.S. law to provide access to the disabled. The reasoning depending on finding that Sony's products constitute a public accommodation. A judge said they aren't."

Sheri

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