Original Presentation Date: July 15, 2021
Digital accessibility and data privacy are both important priorities for compliance and governance. However, many organizations tend to overlook the intersection and implications between accessibility and privacy and miss the opportunity for these two programs to coordinate.
During this webinar with Level Access Chief Accessibility Officer Jonathan Avila and Loeb & Loeb LLP Senior Counsel Angie Matney you’ll learn about trends in digital accessibility that directly relate to privacy, how and where the requirements for each intersect, and recommendations for a more integrated approach.
Webinar Resources include the recorded presentation, slide deck, and CART transcript.
About the Presenters
Chief Accessibility Officer, Level Access
Jonathan has over 20 years of experience in the analysis, design and repair of software, web pages, mobile apps, Flash, documentation and hardware for accessibility. With an extensive technical and programming background, many years of experience in the accessibility field, and his own personal experience as a person with a visual impairment, he brings a valuable and unique perspective to access solutions for new and current technologies. Jonathan is an active member of the W3C’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Working Group, Low Vision Taskforce and Mobile Accessibility Task Force. He also publishes regular articles on accessibility topics and has been the subject matter expert on several accessibility training courses created for the US Federal government.
Senior Counsel, Loeb & Loeb LLP
Angie Matney focuses her practice on matters related to information privacy, data security, and digital accessibility. She regularly assists clients in meeting their compliance obligations under HIPAA, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and other data protection laws. Angie has extensive experience negotiating data-related agreements for clients in the healthcare, life sciences and adtech sectors, among others. She helps clients develop customized data protection impact assessments, privacy policies, security incident response plans and other policies and procedures designed to safeguard information assets. She also advises clients on issues related to digital accessibility, including obligations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and accessibility considerations related to the Internet of Things.