Beyonce.com in focus as blind woman sues over website accessibility

Beyonce is being sued by a blind woman who claims the iconic singer’s website is not easily accessible to those with disabilities, according to The Hollywood Reporter. A civil action suit was filed on behalf of Mary Connor in a Brooklyn, N.Y., court on Jan. 3 against Beyonce’s management company, Parkwood Entertainment. The suit alleges that… Continue Reading Beyonce.com in focus as blind woman sues over website accessibility

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Failure to Comply With Web Accessibility Guidelines is Not Necessarily a Violation of the ADA

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Members of the House of Representatives from both the republican and democrat parties asked Attorney General Jeff Sessions to “state publicly that private legal action under the ADA with respect to websites is unfair and violates basic due process principles in the absence of clear statutory authority and issuance by the department of a final… Continue Reading Failure to Comply With Web Accessibility Guidelines is Not Necessarily a Violation of the ADA

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Immunize Your Website against ADA Lawsuits and Demand Letters

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Voluntary Action Plan for Accessible Websites According to the ADA you should establish the following plan in your website operation.  Who would dare bring suit against you for an inaccessible website if you are actively working towards accessibility? Establish a policy that your web pages will be accessible and create a process for implementation. Ensure… Continue Reading Immunize Your Website against ADA Lawsuits and Demand Letters

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