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In the U.S., apart from federal, state, and local government websites which must meet Section 508 regulations, there are no enforceable ADA legal standards to follow for website accessibility. However, just because there is no straightforward set of legal requirements for website accessibility does not mean that your business will not be presented with a lawsuit. This has understandably raised alarm. Most countries provide ...
28 February 2019
KEY POINTS The Supreme Court denied a petition from pizza giant Domino’s on Monday to hear whether its website is required to be accessible to the disabled, leaving in place a lower court decisi...
07 October 2019
On the 23 September, new government regulations on public sector websites and apps will come into effect. The new rules will require all new digital platforms to meet certain accessibility standard...
03 October 2019
Recently, I learned that a Dallas-area dentist (whose privacy is being withheld for obvious reasons) was threatened with a federal lawsuit by a military veteran. The veteran charged that the den...
02 October 2019
ACA: Affordable Care Act or Accessible Canada Act depending on context. “The ACA must comply with the ADA not the ACA” is actually a legit sentence. ACR: Accessibility Conformance Report. VPATs are...
11 September 2019