Digital publishers and their staff are aware that web accessibility laws require them to tag image files so that blind and low-vision users can understand their content using screen readers. But did you know that online videos should display captions, according to the Twenty-First Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act of 2010? And now YouTube has a way for users to quickly blow the whistle on content owners that don't comply. Original Story
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