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 public space, certain companies will have to do a better job accommodating all types of users.