eQuality : The Struggle for Web Accessibility by Persons with Cognitive Disabilities

By: Blanck, PeterMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandCambridge Disability Law and Policy Series: Publisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, 2014Description: 1 online resource (504 p.)ISBN: 9781316079034Subject(s): Computers and people with disabilities -- United States | Discrimination against people with disabilities -- Law and legislation -- United States | People with disabilities -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- United States | People with disabilities -- Means of communicationGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: eQuality : The Struggle for Web Accessibility by Persons with Cognitive DisabilitiesDDC classification: 346.730138 LOC classification: KF480 .B63 2014Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Half-title page; Series page; Title page; Copyright page; Dedication; Contents; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; About this Book; Part IOpening; 1 Introduction: The Struggle for Web Equality; Overview; Disability Rights; Agreements and Precedents; Global Context; The Lived Struggle; Web Content Equality; Web Content; Ecosystem of the Web; The Semantic Web; Interoperability and ATs; The Interactive Web 2.0; Cognitive Disability and the Web; Cognitive Load; Universal Design; What Are Cognitive Disabilities?; Concepts of Web Content Equality; Summary
2 Web Content Equality, the ADA, and Participation in SocietyOverview; Evolving ADA and Web Principles; Participation by People with Disabilities; Web Equality and the Freedom to Information; Web Equality, Accessibility, and Usability; Accessibility and Usability; A Future for Accessibility and Usability?; The Equal Opportunity to Participate; Summary; 3 Web Equality and the ADA; Overview; ADA Title III and Web Equality; Overview of the ADA; ADA Title III; Title III Discrimination and Defenses; Title III Standing, Enforcement, and Remedies; State Antidiscrimination Disability Law and the Web
Communications and Video Accessibility Act of 2010 (CVAA)Part 2 The Advocates' Path; 4 ADA Title III and Web Equality: Litigation Begins; Overview; "Place" of Business; Web Access and Content: Illustrative Distinctions in Insurance Policy Cases; Full and Equal Enjoyment of and from Goods and Services; First-Generation Web Rights: NFB v. Target; "Bridging" Access and Content: Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition v. Hollister; "Enjoying" Social Media: Young v. Facebook; Summary; 5 Web Equality: Second-Generation Advocacy; Overview; CNN "SLAPPs" at Web Equality: GLAD v. CNN
Furtherance of Speech, and Full and Equal Enjoyment of Web ContentIs Captioning "Conduct" in Furtherance of Speech?; Is Full and Equal Enjoyment of Web Content Protected under California Law?; Does Captioning Violate CNN's U.S. Constitutional Rights?; CNN's Lessons and Beyond; Online Streaming Video and Web Equality: NAD v. Netflix; Decision of First Impression; Netflix Settles and Moves On; Touchscreens and Web Use: Lighthouse for the Blind v. Redbox; Emerging Issues; Summary; 6 Future Web Equality Advocacy; Overview; Title III and Web Content: Stern v. Sony; On Video Games and Golf
Class-Wide Web EqualityWal-Mart's Progeny; Web Equality Class Action Litigation: Shields v. Disney; Web Equality and U.S. Department of Justice Regulations; Web Content Equality Standards; Summary; Part 3Towards Web Equality for People with Cognitive Disabilities; 7 Web Content Equality and Cognitive Disabilities; Overview; Using the Web with Cognitive Disabilities; Web Content Equality and User Privacy; Web Standards, Web Equality, and Cognitive Disabilities; WCAG 2.0 Principles; Perceivable; Operable; Understandable; Robust; Applying WCAG Principles for People with Cognitive Disabilities
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Summary: This book explores the struggle for disability rights, with a focus on Web equality for people with cognitive disabilities.
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Cover; Half-title page; Series page; Title page; Copyright page; Dedication; Contents; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; About this Book; Part IOpening; 1 Introduction: The Struggle for Web Equality; Overview; Disability Rights; Agreements and Precedents; Global Context; The Lived Struggle; Web Content Equality; Web Content; Ecosystem of the Web; The Semantic Web; Interoperability and ATs; The Interactive Web 2.0; Cognitive Disability and the Web; Cognitive Load; Universal Design; What Are Cognitive Disabilities?; Concepts of Web Content Equality; Summary

2 Web Content Equality, the ADA, and Participation in SocietyOverview; Evolving ADA and Web Principles; Participation by People with Disabilities; Web Equality and the Freedom to Information; Web Equality, Accessibility, and Usability; Accessibility and Usability; A Future for Accessibility and Usability?; The Equal Opportunity to Participate; Summary; 3 Web Equality and the ADA; Overview; ADA Title III and Web Equality; Overview of the ADA; ADA Title III; Title III Discrimination and Defenses; Title III Standing, Enforcement, and Remedies; State Antidiscrimination Disability Law and the Web

Communications and Video Accessibility Act of 2010 (CVAA)Part 2 The Advocates' Path; 4 ADA Title III and Web Equality: Litigation Begins; Overview; "Place" of Business; Web Access and Content: Illustrative Distinctions in Insurance Policy Cases; Full and Equal Enjoyment of and from Goods and Services; First-Generation Web Rights: NFB v. Target; "Bridging" Access and Content: Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition v. Hollister; "Enjoying" Social Media: Young v. Facebook; Summary; 5 Web Equality: Second-Generation Advocacy; Overview; CNN "SLAPPs" at Web Equality: GLAD v. CNN

Furtherance of Speech, and Full and Equal Enjoyment of Web ContentIs Captioning "Conduct" in Furtherance of Speech?; Is Full and Equal Enjoyment of Web Content Protected under California Law?; Does Captioning Violate CNN's U.S. Constitutional Rights?; CNN's Lessons and Beyond; Online Streaming Video and Web Equality: NAD v. Netflix; Decision of First Impression; Netflix Settles and Moves On; Touchscreens and Web Use: Lighthouse for the Blind v. Redbox; Emerging Issues; Summary; 6 Future Web Equality Advocacy; Overview; Title III and Web Content: Stern v. Sony; On Video Games and Golf

Class-Wide Web EqualityWal-Mart's Progeny; Web Equality Class Action Litigation: Shields v. Disney; Web Equality and U.S. Department of Justice Regulations; Web Content Equality Standards; Summary; Part 3Towards Web Equality for People with Cognitive Disabilities; 7 Web Content Equality and Cognitive Disabilities; Overview; Using the Web with Cognitive Disabilities; Web Content Equality and User Privacy; Web Standards, Web Equality, and Cognitive Disabilities; WCAG 2.0 Principles; Perceivable; Operable; Understandable; Robust; Applying WCAG Principles for People with Cognitive Disabilities

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This book explores the struggle for disability rights, with a focus on Web equality for people with cognitive disabilities.

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