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FCC grants waiver of accessibility rules to e-readers

Chicago - Devices to read electronic books have been a new way to consume information or enjoy a vast fantasy novel but to the blind and visually impaired they have been inaccessible, with few improvements.

America now has a smartphone and provider for the blind

Washington - The visually impaired consumer has to wonder if a company will be accessible and compliant to their needs. A new type of cell service is emerging to ensure accessibility in the dark.

Treaty for the blind signed: Book barriers cease

After years of negotiations, the World Intellectual Property Organization has finally come up with the text for the treaty that will give the blind access to more printed material then ever before.

Blind Journalist published in disability anthology

Chicago - The creative works of Chicago-based writer, Robert Kingett, is in the newest literary anthology published by Behind Our Eyes, Inc., a 501C-three nonprofit organization.

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