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    At UsableNet, we've just launched a monthly ADA Accessibility Lawsuit Tracker to report any claims against a website, mobile app, or video content filed in federal court under the ...
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    For more than one million blind Americans, navigating a website using keyboard commands is a common, quick way to learn about the layout of a website. When a website is organized ...
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    What is Digital Accessibility? A Global Accessibility Awareness Day Post

    Today, Thursday, May 19, 2022, is the 11th Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD)! The purpose of GAAD is to get everyone talking, thinking, and learning about digital access ...
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    What Is an Accessibility Statement and How Do You Write One?

    What is an accessibility statement? An accessibility statement on your website tells your community of users about your commitment to web accessibility. Within that special ...
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    The 4 W’s of Digital Accessibility (and How to Begin)

    Digital accessibility is designing or adapting digital environments, content, and tools—including websites, mobile apps, and smart devices—so they can be used by people with ...
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    Website Accessibility and Why it Matters for E-Commerce in 2022

    Editors note: A version of this blog discussed retailers in 2019, we've updated with new data and insights to discuss topics relevant to e-commerce companies in 2022.   ADA web ...
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    E-Commerce targeted multiple times by ADA Web Accessibility Lawsuits

    Editor's note: In 2021, e-commerce made up roughly 75% of all ADA Website lawsuits filed in federal court. This blog has been updated to reflect 2021 lawsuit numbers and the ...
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    What Companies Need to Know about Italy’s Digital Accessibility Law

    The 2004 “Stanca” law is the digital accessibility law in Italy. The aim of the Stanca Law is to ensure that people with disabilities have equal access to digital media. This blog ...
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    5 Myths About Web Accessibility in E-Commerce

    Originally posted July 2019 and updated in March 2022 with data from our 2021 Lawsuit report. There are compelling moral and ethical reasons for retail companies to ensure that ...
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