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For law firms on the web, online accessibility for the disabled is good business

Home Law Scribbler For law firms on the web, online accessibility… Law Scribbler By Jason Tashea May 21, 2019, 6:30 am CDT Jason Tashea. Photo by Saverio Truglia. When it comes to making the law more accessible online, few can claim a longer history than Cornell University Law School’s Legal Information Institute. Since its founding …

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Twitter Scrapes Data From Your Tweets, Followers, and Clicks to Serve You Personalized Ads… Even With All Personalized Ads Settings Disabled, Says Reddit User

According to a Reddit post, Twitter still scrapes a lot of personalized data from you even with all personalized ads settings disabled. Reddit user u/dangeredwolf says that he noticed this personally and soon realized that Twitter’s own privacy policies actually allows Twitter to use certain personal information. This includes what you say in Tweets, who …

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Utah study finds most K-12 websites difficult to use for disabled community

PROVO — In the 21st century, navigating a school’s website is an essential part of education. But a new study from BYU and Utah State University says certain web issues are alienating the U.S. disabled community. The study found that more than 95 percent of U.S. K-12 school websites had errors that made the page …

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5 Things to Demystify Hiring Disabled Employees

According to DOL statistics, 11.9% of the total U.S. population has a disability (29.6% when it comes to those 65 and older). But only 18.7% of those who are disabled are in the labor force. With the continuing tight job market, employers should not overlook the opportunity to hire valuable talent despite disabilities. Hiring Disabled …

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Google Webmaster’s Blog Disabled its Comments Feature. Should You?

The world’s largest search engine took to its Webmaster Central blog at the start of 2019 to make what seemed like a casual announcement. Some of us made New Year’s resolutions to eat healthier, stick to our gym membership, to be more generous. Google decided it was time to shut down blog comments. Google’s blog, …

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