Federal Guidelines For Making Web Sites Accessible For The Disabled

The Access Board, a U.S. government agency, has issued guidelines that require federal departments and agencies to create web sites that are accessible to people with disabilities, such as the blind and the mobility-impaired. However, even Internet companies that are in the private sector and do not rely on federal fundings can face legal liability.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

Does this legislation apply to the private sector?


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