Stevie Wonder: Copyright system hurts people who cannot see

09/21/2010 | National Public Radio

Recording artist Stevie Wonder, who cannot see, urged U.N. policymakers to increase access to copyrighted audiobooks for people with visual disabilities. Wonder argued that copyright laws increase costs and reduce access to audiobooks for people who cannot see.

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