Accessibility Standards: - Eric Kinney, President
Eric Kinney, President
PRWeb - Study Reveals Government Websites Are Unusable To A Growing Number Of Californians A comprehensive assessment of over 400 municipal websites reveals that 91% of California's cities fail to meet basic accessibility standards. The results show that
PSC to hold local public hearing in Nevada
Nevada Daily Mail & Sunday Nevada Herald - This local public hearing will be held in a building that meets accessibility standards required by the Americans with Disabilities Act. If a customer needs additional accommodations to participate in this hearing, please call the Public Service
Towards full civil rights
ePolitix.com - Exemptions: Currently around 50 per cent of rail vehicles have some form of exemption from accessibility regulations because they are not fully compliant with accessibility standards. Any new exemptions will have to be approved by Parliament and also
After talks, vets still may sue U-M over football stadium designs
Detroit News - Kelly Cunningham, a U-M spokeswoman, said U-M is committed to meeting all accessibility standards, she said. "We look forward to additional discussion with Mr. Bernstein and the Michigan Paralyzed Veterans of America in the future," Cunningham said.
Websense Moves into Leakage Prevention with PortAuthority Buy
eWeek - Many Web sites are beyond the reach of disabled persons but could easily be improved to meet international accessibility standards, according to a U.N. survey.