Paralympics and the Importance of Inclusion
We may reach Equality from mutual respect and understanding. An understanding that may arise and truly be embraced when society stops seeing disability as social exclusion. In fact, this is the true meaning of the Paralympics; Inclusion for all humans that wish to be involved fairly and equally into the norm of the plenty.
Working From Home For People With Disabilities In Times Of Covid-19
Working from home was the most requested accommodation for people with disabilities in the workplace before the pandemic. But it seemed impossible. As a result, disabled employees had to battle with discrimination, negative attitudes, bullying, and a poor understanding of disability due to their respective conditions.
Golden State Warriors to Pay $5 Million for Website ADA Violation
The Golden State Warriors, LLC became the latest high-profile company to have website-related Americans with Disabilities Act lawsuit leveled against them. This happened on January 21, 2021, when a class action complaint was filed in the U.S. District Court for California Northern District (San Francisco) alleging ‘the Warriors website’ is not fully accessible to blind and visually impaired customers.
AudioEye Inc Q4 Report and FY20 Results, Braces up FY21 Expectations
Companies have started releasing their financial reports for the last quarter of the previous business year. While website accessibility solution providers are not excluded, AudioEye Inc. was among the few companies that finished strong despite the devastating effect of COVID-19 on the global economy.
Canada Begins Implementation of Proposed Regulations under its Accessible Act
In an effort to create a barrier-free country, the Government of Canada has begun to deliver on its commitment to implement the Accessible Canada Act, which will help remove obstacles and increase access and opportunities for people with disabilities
Persons with Disabilities Must Be Included in Post-COVID Digital Economy
Everyone in the world plays a role in society. But when you look at how the community is built, the focus is more on people without disabilities. There are a million ways people with disabilities can help the economy, especially the digital economy.
Winn-Dixie: ADA Lawsuit Reverses after 30 Months of Deliberation
You can probably start your own business in Alabama, Florida, and Georgia, without having to worry much about being sued for any lawsuit related to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). However, if it were to be in any state in the western region of the United States, the accessibility of the website has become a top priority.