No Website Accessibility Regulations, No Problem! At Least for the Justice Department…

Beginning in July 2010, the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) started talking about new federal regulations concerning website accessibility for people with disabilities. For seven years, in rule making…

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Federal Judge Strikes Down Google Translate – Rules Translation Inaccuracies to be Unconstitutional

A federal judge in Kansas tossed out evidence of illegal drug possession, ruling that a limited English proficient criminal defendant did not give consent to a police search of his…

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Tactile Interpreters, Movie Theaters, and the Americans with Disabilities Act

Going to the movies is a full blown sensory experience – sights, sounds, action, all highlighting the cinematic experience. But what if you are blind and cannot see the movie…

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