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OCR Investigations: They’re back!

The Office of Civil Rights to Revisit Previously Abandoned Web Accessibility Complaints   The U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights (OCR) has updated its Case Processing Manual (CPM) to rescind a provision added earlier in the year (pursuant to Section 108(t)), which had the stifling effect of negating OCR complaints filed in mass […]

Topics: Accessibility Law, Industry News

American’s with Disabilities Act (ADA) Title III Lawsuits Being Filed at Record Pace

Fifteen percent of the world’s population lives with some form of disability. Seventy-five percent of that population uses computers or digital devices. Digital Accessibility is about people, a lot of people. It is about their right to access all of the information in the digital world and to use digital tools to lead a happier and more […]

Topics: Accessibility Law, AudioEye Originals, From Around the Web, Industry News, Market Analysis

Major Educational Institutions Continue to Settle ADA Web Accessibility Complaints

From U.S. Department of Education – “Settlements Reached in Seven States, One Territory to Ensure Website Accessibility for People with Disabilities” What You Need to Know The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights has been reaching settlement agreements with educational institutions. The settlement agreements are based on complaints received about the educational institution’s […]

Topics: Accessibility Law, Industry News, Market Analysis