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    Jason Taylor

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    Apple ADA Case Shows Value of Screen Reader Testing

    In a recent analysis of Web Accessibility lawsuits filed in New York in the last month, the UsableNet data and research team found new claims show more specific detail of the ...
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    Why and How to Maintain ADA Compliance with Screen Readers

    Maintaining accessibility on your ADA compliant Website can be an ongoing challenge for many companies.  It can feel overwhelming to check and recheck for all the various ...
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    Apple ADA Web Ruling Sets new standard for claims

    Web Accessibility cases will need to provide more detail around claims thanks to a new ruling in the Southern District of New York. On March 28th, Judge Preska dismissed the class ...
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    ADA-Based Web Accessibility Claims Continue Record-Breaking Rise in 2019

    The last few years have seen a dramatic rise in ADA Web Accessibility Claims. Data from UsableNet's research team suggests the lawsuit culture continues in 2019. UsableNet's ...
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    CSUN 2019 Web Accesibility Round-Up

    The 34th Annual CSUN Assistive Technology Conference is a wrap!  UsableNet team members were on-hand, speaking on panels and meeting with like minded-peers on the exhibit floor. ...
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    97% of Top Websites Fail The Test For ADA Web Accessibility, New Study Finds

    A new study on Website accessibility found that 97.8% of 1 million homepages tested had detectable WCAG 2 failures.  A user with a disability can expect to encounter detectable ...
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    Bring Accessibility Within Reach with Dynamic Remediation [Blog]

    Editor's Note: This post was originally published September 7, 2017 and has recently been updated and revised for accuracy and comprehensiveness. A stunning 70-plus percent of ...
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    DOMINO'S CASE DELIVERS A WIN FOR WEB & MOBILE APP ACCESSIBILITY

    The first ADA Web Accessibility ruling of 2019 could prove to be a defining moment for web and app accessibility. 
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    Ten Steps to Take After Receiving an ADA Lawsuit on Website Accessibility (Or Help Avoid One)

    If you’ve received a lawsuit contending that your website is not sufficiently accessible under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), take it seriously. In 2018, plaintiffs ...
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