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Digital Accessibility for Retail & Dining: Searching and Shopping Online

Customers with disabilities encounter many barriers while navigating retail and dining websites. Some of these are minor inconveniences, but others can make navigating a site extremely difficult or.

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What’s New in the Section 508 Refresh?

On January 18, 2018, the Section 508 Refresh (“the Refresh”) officially took effect. Let’s take a look at some of the most critical changes in.

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Level Access asks, “Will there be new regulations? Or deregulation?”

Digital accessibility is a constantly changing area of law. There are no explicit regulations for private companies and although we have dozens of court decisions,.

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Are You Compliant with the 508 Refresh? Do You Need to Be?

As of January 18, 2018, information and communication technology (ICT) used, maintained, or developed by the federal government must conform with the Section 508 Refresh.

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Level Access asks Nicole Sieb Smith, “Are digital accessibility lawsuits going to continue in the future?”

Digital accessibility is a constantly changing area of law. There are no explicit regulations for private companies and although we have dozens of court decisions,.

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Level Access asks Kristina Launey & Donald Brown, “Do court decisions reduce uncertainty?”

Digital accessibility is a constantly changing area of law. There are no explicit regulations for private companies and although we have dozens of court decisions,.

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Legal Thought Leadership Series: Level Access Asks the Experts

Digital accessibility is a constantly changing area of law. There are no explicit regulations for private companies and although we have dozens of court decisions,.

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AT&T Presents the First Real-Time Text (RTT) App

In mid-December, AT&T unveiled Real-time Text (RTT) communication service to better serve the deaf, deaf-blind, and speaking impaired community. RTT is intended to replace the.

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Making Television Accessible in the Internet Age: CVAA’s Closed Captioning and Video Description Rules

For more than half a century, television has been one of the most important mediums for entertainment and news. But, television is not always accessible.

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An Ounce of Prevention: The CVAA’s Recordkeeping and Consultation Requirement

The best way to prevent legal problems caused by inaccessible products and services is to work with individuals with disabilities to make sure those products.

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