Accessibility, as it relates to the Americans With Disabilities Act, is about equal access to individuals with disabilities. Usually, we tend to think of accessibility in terms of ramps and rails; many think of the physical world and the accommodations required for people who face barriers to access due to vision, hearing or mobility disabilities.
AudioEye focuses on digital accessibility and provides the “ramps and rails” of the digital world. The ADA Title III prohibits “… discrimination on the basis of disability in the activities of places of public accommodations …” Today, that includes the Internet, which means “accessibility” poses a much bigger issue, and like the Internet itself, it impacts a much bigger population. In fact, as much as 15% of the world’s population has a disability that may prevent them from equal access to digital content.