Will the U.S. Supreme Court Define the Legal Requirements of Digital Accessibility in Domino’s v. Robles? Our Legal Crystal Ball Says: Probably Not.

Among the thousands of digital accessibility cases filed in federal and state courts each year, many are watching one case with particular interest: Domino’s Pizza LLC v. Guillermo Robles.

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Annual Recordkeeping Certification for Products Including Games with Communications Features Due to the FCC by April 1st (No Joke)

By Jonathan Avila If you provide advanced communication services (ACS) such as text chat, voice chat, email, and other two-way voice communications, you need to get.

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DOE Rescinds “Mass Filer” Rule, Reopening Door for Web Accessibility Complaints

In late November, the Department of Education (DOE) Office for Civil Rights (OCR) released a revised Case Processing Manual that reversed controversial rules changes made.

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DOJ Reaffirms Position that ADA Applies to Websites

In a letter to members of Congress last week, the Department of Justice (DOJ) clarified that it believes that Title III of the Americans with Disabilities.

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State Attorneys General Ask DOJ to Act Now on Website Accessibility Rules

Adding to a rising number of calls for clarity on digital accessibility rules, the Attorneys General of 18 states and the District of Columbia have.

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The Future is Now: WCAG 2.1 is Finally Here!

This week, the W3C officially released its latest update to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). WCAG 2.1 builds upon the principles and guidelines found.

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NFB, NAACP Sue Department of Education over Amendments to Civil Rights Complaint Procedure

The National Federation of the Blind (NFB), NAACP, and the Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates (COPAA) have filed suit against the Department of Education.

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Appropriations Bill Would Instruct DOJ to Clarify Web Accessibility Requirements

New legislation pending before the House of Representatives could put web accessibility regulations back on the table, despite the Department of Justice’s decision last year.

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Procurement & Digital Accessibility: I Like WCAG & Long Walks on the Beach

In our recent post, 10 Essential Questions to Include in Every RFP to Ensure Accessibility, you got our handy dandy cut-and-paste list of questions to use when.

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10 Essential Questions to Include in Every RFP to Ensure Accessibility

Ah, the Request for Proposal. That time-honored tradition where you get down on one (proverbial) knee, announce you’ve got budget to spend, and then brace.

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