What is the web accessibility legislation?

Due to the increased use of the Internet, the United States has incorporated web accessibility into existing civil rights legislation that protects people with disabilities or created new ones.

This includes the ADA, AODA, EEA, and many more. Most countries have adopted the WCAG 2.1 AA, or Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, as standard for accessible websites and refer to them in settlements.

The exponential growth in web accessibility lawsuits has a widespread effect across industries, with small and medium businesses in the center of the storm.

Lawsuit numbers are estimated to continue to increase as the need to enable accessible digital experiences becomes more prominent.

Don't just do it to be compliant , do it because it's the right  thing to do.

Compliance is required  by everyone

Web accessibility lawsuits have increased in almost every industry, targeting businesses of all sizes, and have even made headlines in high-profile cases such as Dominos, Beyoncé, and Kylie Jenner.

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