Date: 9/26/2008 10:45 AM
By JAY LINDSAY
Associated Press Writer
BOSTON (AP) _ Apple Inc. and the Massachusetts attorney general have reached an agreement that will give blind people equal access to Apple Inc.’s iTunes and iTunes U programs.
Attorney General Martha Coakley said details of the agreement will be announced Friday afternoon.
A statement from Coakley’s office says Apple will ensure that both iTunes — the company’s digital entertainment store — and iTunes U for college students are accessible to assistive software for the blind.
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