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UC Berkeley Forced To Delete Content After Violating The American Disabilities Act

On March 1st, 2017, UC Berkeley announced that it would be deleting all of its free and publicly available course publications in all formats. The decision was made in response to the Department of Justice’s directive after the latter found that UC Berkeley’s website was in violation of Title II of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. Starting March
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ADA Compliance: Is Your Website Built for Everyone? If Not, Transform Now to Avoid Fines!

If you’re unaware of the ADA regulations exclusively introduced for the benefits of physically limited users, then presume for a costly lawsuit. While for many accessing the website is second nature, for those with physical limitations it throws a lot of challenges. They often confront challenges in accessing the tools, services of websites.

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