U.S. Access Board enforces accessibility on all websites for people with disabilities.

The internet is arguably the greatest communication tool of all time, but users all over the world can’t access it equally. Sure, all it usually takes is a wifi connection and a laptop, but certain websites are less accessible than others. Considering the U.S population consists of over 50% of people having a disability, it is good that the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), signed in 1990 by President George H.W. Bush, guarantees people from all facets of life should have equal access to things in a public space. Now that the technological innovations on the internet constitute it as a...

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