Gamer Sues Sony over Disabled Access to Virtual Worlds
Alexander Stern of Los Angeles can’t play Sony’s role-playing video games like EverQuest because of his disabilities, so he’s suing the company under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Due to problems with his eyesight and “multiple learning disabilities,” Stern is unable to navigate the virtual worlds created by Sony developers, and after conducting a letter writing campaign and meeting with a company representative and not getting anywhere, he decided to file a class action lawsuit.
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