Entrepreneur Saves Free College Courses from Government Ban: New At Reason

Berkeley once had 20,000 college lectures available on its website. Anyone could watch for free. But then government said the videos were illegal because they didn't have captions for the deaf.

Captioning 20,000 videos would cost millions. So instead, Berkeley just took down all the videos. That meant nobody outside the college would be able to see them.

But one person didn't let that happen.

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