US Senate approves Marrakesh Treaty
The US moves to join dozen of other countries in allowing visually impaired people to make and distribute copyrighted works in an accessible format without copyright owners’ permission
The US Senate unanimously passed the Marrakesh Treaty Implementation Act on June 28, which will now go to the House.
The goal of the treaty is to remove obstacles to accessible literature for blind and visually impaired people all over...
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