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Illustration of Thomas and Ken at a desk with A11y Insights. Thomas has a laptop in front of him. A city skyline is in the distance behind them. The news window shows a screenshot from the Hyatt map that doesn't work with screen readers

Jul 16, 2024

Hotel Accessibility Class Action Lawsuit

Flor Jimenez, a person who is legally blind, has filed a class action lawsuit in California against the Hyatt. The plaintiff alleges the hotel's website puts up barriers for people who use screen readers.

Illustration of Thomas and Ken at a desk with A11y Insights. Thomas has a laptop in front of him. A city skyline is in the distance behind them. The news window shows a large conference table with professionals around it and the screen in the middle represents artificial intelligence

Jun 25, 2024

Two New Artificial Intelligence Laws and Their Effects on Accessibility

For a while now, disability inclusion and accessibility professionals have expressed concerns about artificial intelligence bias against people with disabilities. Of course, this is on top of many people's concerns about AI's making up information and data collection privacy..

Screenshot of a virtual reality setting with Thomas's presentation on a big screen and Thomas's avatar who wears a white hat, dark shirt, and purple tie. There are buttons at the bottom and a sky above the screen

Jun 18, 2024

Building Accessibility into Social Virtual Reality Experiences

Thomas Logan completed the Edstutia Instructor Certification in Extended Reality (ICXR). He spent several months learning how to make immersive and engaging presentations in virtual reality..

Illustration of Thomas and Ken at a desk with A11y Insights. Thomas has a laptop in front of him. A city skyline is in the distance behind them. The news window shows a foggy scene with green hills and a narrow winding water pathway

Jun 11, 2024

The European Accessibility Act and Irish Law

The purpose of the European Accessibility Act (EAA) is to ensure products and services are accessible to people with disabilities. The EAA achieves this by providing the minimum accessibility requirements for all products and services that fall within its domain.

Illustration of Thomas and Ken at a desk with A11y Insights. Thomas has a laptop in front of him. A city skyline is in the distance behind them. The news window shows a US Health and Human Services' symbol that shows two faces sheltered in the wing of the eagle

May 29, 2024

Health and Human Services Issues Rule to Prevent Disability Discrimination

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is issuing a new update to Section 504 regulation to require that web content and mobile applications adhere to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1.

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