DOJ Pushes for Better Blind Access to Websites – Risk & Compliance – WSJ
The Americans With Disabilities Act was enacted before there was an Internet, but the Department of Justice interprets the law in a way that companies must make their websites and mobile apps accessible to blind people and people with other physical limitations.
Concerns about the impact of security incidents on a company’s reputation are mounting among CEOs, boards of directors and risk executives, according to the results of a recent Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited survey. Many of the executives who responded to the survey believe security poses greater reputational risks to their companies than product safety and customer service issues.
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