Dennis is a content marketer for a web development agency. While researching a blog post about accessibility, he came across some alarming information about companies being sued for lack of accessibility. How should he address this in his blog post?

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Q. Dennis is a content marketer for a web development agency. While researching a blog post about accessibility, he came across some alarming information about companies being sued for lack of accessibility. How should he address this in his blog post?

  • Every website on the Internet should fully abide by all recommendations from the WCAG to make their website accessible. Speak with a lawyer to get full details.
  • Some industries are legally required to have accessible websites. If you aren’t in those industries, accessibility does not apply to you and you don’t need to worry about it.
  • Even if your website isn’t legally required to be accessible, ensure it doesn’t prevent anyone from consuming, navigating, or obtaining information. Speak with a lawyer if you have concerns.
  • We cannot advise at all on how to create an accessible website, and you should speak with a lawyer instead of searching this information on the Internet.

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