ADA Web Accessibility
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ADA Web Accessibility is important! Get ADA Compliant now! Minimizes Risk of Civil Law Suits. Be sure to learn how to comply with International Legislation as well. This web page is about ADA Compliance and how websites need to be ADA compliant. What is the DOJ ruling on website accessibility? In August 2023, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) that would make the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) the standard for compliance for state and local governments covered by Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). #accessibe #webaccessibility
Examples of businesses open to the public:
1. Retail stores and other sales or retail establishments;
3. Hotels, inns, and motels;
4. Hospitals and medical offices;
5. Food and drink establishments; and
6. Auditoriums, theaters, and sports arenas.
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Why ADA Website Compliance Matters
Guidance directly from the U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division Disability Rights Section
Inaccessible web content means that people with disabilities are denied equal access to information. An inaccessible website can exclude people just as much as steps at an entrance to a physical location. Ensuring web accessibility for people with disabilities is a priority for the Department of Justice. In recent years, a multitude of services have moved online and people rely on websites like never before for all aspects of daily living. For example, accessing voting information, finding up-to-date health and safety resources, and looking up mass transit schedules and fare information increasingly depend on having access to websites.