Choosing Nominal Cost Assistive Technology to Meet CVAA Obligations

This blog post discusses the different methods to meet the Twenty First Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act (CVAA) requirements and defines, discusses, and provides.

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CVAA ACS Requirements Now in Full Effect — Complaint Process Available!

Today, October 8, 2013, marks the availability of the complaint process for Advanced Communication Services (ACS) and mobile browser accessibility requirements of the 21st Century Communications.

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FCC Rules Requiring Accessible ACS Effective October 8th

In 2010, Congress commemorated the 20th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act with its passage of the 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act.

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CVAA Series: Manufacturer Requirements

As part of the rule-making process, the FCC recognized that systems involved in ACS are commonly described as having five components or layers: (1) hardware.

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CVAA Series: Implementing ACS with Third Party Solutions

General Requirements The ACS and Mobile Browser requirements of the CVAA allow for accessibility solutions to be provided via third party solutions for a nominal.

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CVAA Series: Mobile Internet Browsers Accessibility

Section 718 of the Communications Act – 47 USC 619 – requires that Internet browsers built into telephones used with public mobile services be accessible to people.

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CVAA Series: Recordkeeping Repository

SSB recommends that organizations maintain a central repository of the product records that are maintained for each product or service that is covered under the CVAA. This central.

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CVAA Series: Product Recordkeeping Approach

As discussed in the CVAA Recordkeeping post, as part of implementing a CVAA conformance program, organizations are required to keep extensive records on development activities related to accessibility. For.

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CVAA Series: The Hearing Aid Compatibility Act

Overview The Hearing Aid Compatibility Act of 1988 (HAC Act) generally requires that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) ensure that telephones manufactured or imported for.

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CVAA Series: Recordkeeping

As part of the requirements of Section 104 – Access to internet-based services and equipment of the CVAA introduced record keeping obligations that apply to.

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