This week we take a look at what has been discussed in the world press on the topic of accessibility.
It’s that time when Sitemorse published their Q2 INDEX results. The results for UK & IE Universities was published earlier this week. On 12th May it’s the turn for the Q2 2020 UK Government and Public Bodies INDEX results – revamped and renamed for this quarter. A complete list of the INDEX publications dates can be found on the Sitemorse website:
Are UK & IE Universities making enough progress to ensure their websites are accessible, to people with disabilities, in time to meet the September 2020 deadline?
Social distancing under COVID-19 has become an inconvenience for most Australians, but for blind people or people with vision impairment, socially isolating and distancing has presented a unique set of challenges.
The numbers are in for total website accessibility lawsuit filings in federal courts in 2019, they show a small decrease from 2018 (i.e. lawsuits alleging that plaintiffs with a disability could not use websites because they were not coded to work with assistive technologies like screen readers, or otherwise accessible to them).
Some New Jersey schools have been forcing students with disabilities to sign waivers promising not to sue the district before giving them access to special education services…