U.S. government could require websites to be more accessible

04/7/2013 | eWeek

The U.S. Department of Justice has indicated it will craft proposed rules this year that would require local and state government websites to be more accessible. Similar rules addressing accessibility of public websites also could be released. Some say proposed rules could standardize the use of audio descriptions for online images and text.

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