The American Dental Association urges the Justice Department “to take an extended and incremental approach” to regulating website accessibility for individuals with disabilities. If the proposed standards are adopted, most dental practices would need to rely on outside service providers to bring their websites into compliance, which will take “millions of dollars and years of work” to bring every practice’s website into compliance, according to the ADA. Read more on ADA.org

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