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Lack of Clear Guidance Fuels Web Accessibility Lawsuits

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Web accessibility is increasingly becoming the subject of scrutiny under the Americans with Disabilities Act as businesses, nonprofits and municipalities are being dragged into litigation because their websites may not conform with federal accessibility regulations   Lack of Clear Guidance Fuels Web Accessibility Lawsuits | Barley Snyder - JDS...
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Another important court case related to WCAG Compliance

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California aligns with 9th circuit appeals court on using WCAG 2.0 as the standard for ADA website compliance.    ADA Website Accessibility Standards California Appeal September 3, 2019, the Second Appellate District of the California Court of Appeal decided Thurston v. Midvale Corporation Case No. B291631. Thurston clarifies that co...
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Restaurants - Lawsuit Targets

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 Here's a great article about how restaurants are being targeted for lawsuits related to ADA (WCAG) compliance due to the public access nature of their business. ADA Title III Compliance for Restaurant Websites and Apps | Modern Restaurant Management | The Business of Eating & Restaurant Management News ADA compliance and restaurant websit...
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Do protections for people with disabilities apply online?

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​Seattle times asks the question does the ADA apply to websites? Do protections for people with disabilities apply online? Domino’s asks high court. | The Seattle Times https://www.seattletimes.com/nation-world/do-protections-for-people-with-disabilities-apply-online-dominos-asks-high-court/
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Surge of website accessibility lawsuits to continue as SCOTUS declines to review Ninth Circuit decision

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​Its time to start building accessibility compliance into your website redesign budgets. Surge of website accessibility lawsuits to continue as SCOTUS declines to review Ninth Circuit decision in Robles v. Domino’s Pizza; businesses advised to take preventive measures | Dentons - JDSupra On Monday, October 7, 2019, the US Supreme Court denied ...
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Website accessibility lawsuits to continue as SCOTUS declines to review Ninth Circuit decision.

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Here is a great article explaining the urgent need to get compliant with WCAG 2.0 .   No SCOTUS Review of Domino's' Pizza Website ADA Litigation To the disappointment of companies and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the Supreme Court recently decided not to review the Ninth Circuit decision. ​ https://www.natlawreview.com/article/us-su...
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WCAG Compliance: What To Know

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 Here's a great article on what you should know about WCAG. Axis has a methodology for approaching compliance for websites, first you audit then you modify and document complacency with full transparency. Council Post: WCAG Compliance: What To Know, And How To Get Started On Making Your Website Accessible To All It's important to understand th...
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WCAG (Accessibility) - Beyonce sued over website accessibility

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 WCAG Accessibility - time to evaluate your website's level of compliance with WCAG. Beyoncé's Parkwood Entertainment sued over website accessibility | Music | The Guardian A lawsuit claims beyonce.com violates the Americans With Disabilities Act by failing to accommodate visually impaired users  https://www.theguardian.com/music/201...
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GDPR Compliance - Google fined $56 million

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​GDPR compliance has real world consequences, Google fined by France for GDPR violations. Any company that might do business with the EU should evaluate for GDPR. Google hit with £44m GDPR fine over ads - BBC News Google has been fined 50 million euros (£44m) by the French data regulator CNIL.  https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-46944696
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