Federal Web site accessibility for people with disabilities

@article{LoiaconoMello2005FederalWS,
  title={Federal Web site accessibility for people with disabilities},
  author={Eleanor T. Loiacono-Mello and Scott McCoy and William Chin},
  journal={IT Professional},
  year={2005},
  volume={7},
  pages={27-31}
}
The Americans with Disabilities Act requires organizations to provide physical access to people with disabilities. With the advent of the Web, federal legislation may extend into cyberspace. (The "Federal Support" sidebar highlights some relevant legislation.) How courts will apply ADA is still uncertain. Federal cases in which ADA has been applied to cyberspace are still under review at various court levels. On the state level, however, the New York State attorney general recently required… CONTINUE READING

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