[games_access] Update of the White Paper - UN Convention - Question
thomas at pininteractive.com
Fri Sep 10 02:18:45 EDT 2010
Although I'm generally against the idea of patents; while patents restricts who may profit from a specific solution, the patents themselves doesn't necessarily constitute a"unreasonable or discriminatory barrier". It may be so, e.g. if the patent holder would charge disabled an (unreasonable) extra amount of money.
On 9Sep 2010, at 6:42 PM, Sandra Uhling wrote:
> constitute an unreasonable or discriminatory barrier to access
> by persons with disabilities to cultural materials.
> Does this mean that no one can patent something that is important for
> accessible games?
> Would be great! (I think)
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