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Miami, Harvard and MIT: Disability discrimination lawsuits focused on schools as content providers

By Phil HillMore Posts (472) In the discussions at Google+ based on last week’s post about the Miami University of Ohio disability discrimination lawsuit, George Station made two important points that deserve more visibility. It’s been a-coming for several years now. Cal … Continue reading

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Ed Tech World on Notice: Miami U disability discrimination lawsuit could have major effect

By Phil HillMore Posts (472) This week the US Department of Justice, citing Title II of ADA, decided to intervene in a private lawsuit filed against Miami University of Ohio regarding disability discrimination based on ed tech usage. Call this a major escalation … Continue reading

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Blackboard v iParadigms Is Over

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1102) As has already been reported in several other fora, Blackboard and iParadigms (the maker of Turnitin) have settled their patent dispute out of court and are working together again as partners. I’m not sure that … Continue reading

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Sorting Out the Issues in Blackboard v iParadigms

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1102) The latest news is that Blackboard has stated that the language of the intellectual property waiver in their contract with iParadigms was specific to that contract, motivated by specific concerns about the particular company and … Continue reading

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iParadigm's Statement on the Suit

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1102) Stephen has a press statement [.doc] from iParadigms, as does

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