Surfing the Web Should be Easier for the Blind

Since 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act has ensured access to places and opportunities for all Americans regardless of their physical limitations. The World Wide Web was first programmed that same year. But since then, the Internet has evolved rapidly while rules to make it more accessible have lagged behind. In fact, guidelines added to the Workforce Rehabilitation Act in 2001 often take precedence over the ADA.