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    Are you Afraid of Website A11y?

    Do you like scary movies? If so, and you're just starting to consider how and when to make your website accessible, this post is for you! Enjoy, and Happy Halloween from UsableNet!
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    Using a Screen Reader on the new Twitter.com

    Editor's Note: This post originally appeared on Knowbility.org. Thank you to author Anthony Vasquez and Knowbility for allowing UsableNet to share it here and thanks to Becky ...
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    Supreme Court and ADA Web Accessibility Prediction: “We’ll Pass”

    Lots of articles, accessibility experts, and corporate lawyers have recently discussed the possibility of the Supreme Court hearing the Robles v Domino’s case in which the Ninth ...
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    Why Captioning and Audio Description are Critical Components of Web Accessibility

    Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) web accessibility lawsuits hit record numbers in 2018, making it more crucial than ever to invest the time and resources to getting compliant ...
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    DX1 Selects UsableNet As ADA Web Accessibility partner

     At UsableNet we pride ourselves on empowering companies to achieve and maintain compliance with ADA Website requirements. And we're thrilled to announce our exciting new ...
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    Supreme Court Petition Cites UsableNet Research

    Business groups are petitioning the Supreme Court to weigh-in on ADA Website Compliance with Robles v Domino's. They are asking for the court to review the current lower court ...
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    5 Ways Retailers Can Increase Sales Through Website Accessibility

    While it's generally accepted that web accessibility is a legal necessity and moral imperative, it's also an enormous economic opportunity. Some estimate that the global market of ...
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    Domino's Asks Court to Say ADA Compliance Doesn't Apply

    Domino's is asking the highest court in the land to say that protections provided by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) don't apply online, to websites or mobile apps.
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    5 Myths About Website Accessibility in the Retail Industry

    There are compelling moral and ethical reasons for retail companies to ensure that their websites are fully accessible. There is also a strong economic incentive—over 1.6 billion ...
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