PINELLAS PARK, Fla., Jan. 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- The Reporter Newsletter is a service of Access Ready Inc. The Board of Directors of Access Ready has deemed inaccessible information technology to be a clear, growing, and present danger to the civic, economic, and social welfare of people with disabilities.
Access Ready Inc., a nonprofit cross disability advocacy organization promoting a policy of inclusion and accessibility across information technology through education and best practices has partnered with Top Tech Tidbits, the world's #1 online resource for current news and trends in adaptive technology. Adaptive Technology refers to items that are specifically designed for people with disabilities. Adaptive Technology is a subset of Assistive Technology. Adaptive Technology often refers specifically to electronic and information technology access. Founded in 2018, Access Ready publications reach out to over 100,000 professionals in the business, government, nonprofit and media sectors each month.
BIG STORY2021 YEAR END REPORT - APP & WEB ACCESSIBILITY LAWSUITS BREAK RECORDS
FORUM SHOPPING FOR A WEBSITE LAWSUIT OVER THE HOLIDAYS? LOOK NO FURTHER THAN THE SDNY. Read more
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THE TECH INDUSTRY'S ACCESSIBILITY REPORT CARD FOR 2021
Across the world, people are using more technology and using it more often, especially at work. This has led to a push from technology companies to make their products more accessible and inclusive. Sanaz Ahari, senior director of product at Google, oversees communications products across Google Workspace and Android, including email, videoconferencing, and collaboration tools. During the pandemic, "we had consumers relying on [our tech], and we had educators relying on it, in addition to people at work," Ahari told Fortune. The products look nothing like they did [compared with] March of last year. Read more
CURRENT LEGAL ACTIONS JUSTICE DEPARTMENT SUES OPHTHALMOLOGY PRACTICE WITH 24 FACILITIES FOR DISCRIMINATING AGAINST INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES WHO USE WHEELCHAIRS
EDUCATION ACCESSIBILITYDOJ FINDS THAT MANSON YOUTH INSTITUTION VIOLATES THE U.S. CONSTITUTION AND THE INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES EDUCATION ACT Read more
BLIND STUDENTS FIGHT FOR ACCESSIBLE COLLEGE CLASSES Read more
GOVERNMENT SPOTLIGHT DOJ ALLEGES THAT CHICOPEE, MASSACHUSETTS, HOUSING AUTHORITY AND ITS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR DISCRIMINATED AGAINST TENANTS ON THE BASIS OF RACE, NATIONAL ORIGIN AND DISABILITY Read more
HEALTHCARE ACCESSIBILITY CDC DIRECTOR APOLOGIZES TO DISABLED COMMUNITY OVER INSENSITIVE REMARKS
MEDICARE PLANS TO RESTRICT ACCESS TO CONTROVERSIAL, PRICEY ALZHEIMER'S DRUG ADUHELM TO PATIENTS IN CLINICAL TRIALS Read more
TECHNOLOGY SPOTLIGHT TOP TECH TIDBITS
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