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Digital Accessibility Newsletter
December 2019

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Inaccessible Brands Losing Billions

New reports: Businesses that don't offer accessible platforms aren't just putting themselves at legal risk, they're leaving billions (with a "b") on the table.

With known and proven accessibility practices available, it's just not necessary.

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The Problem with Not Making Sites Accessible by Default

Letting known accessibility gaps exist and waiting for people with disabilities to ask for accommodations can have negative consequences, starting with the loss of privacy.

Some people view the internet as an equalizer, providing anonymity in a space where stereotypes and disclosure of personal information can be avoided. Forcing someone to reveal their disability erases that privacy. Read more

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Three-Quarters of Internet Users Will Be Mobile-Only by 2025

Still skipping mobile accessibility testing?

Did you know that 81% of Americans now own a smartphone, and 58% of 18- to-29-year-olds use it as their primary internet device?

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Colleges' Accessibility Support Coming Up Short, Students Say

A recent survey revealed that only half of students with disabilities rate their college's accessibility support positively — and 11% say their institution isn't aware of their technology needs at all.

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