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Re: Digital Accessibility around the Globe

From: Philippe Vayssière <philippe@alsacreations.fr>
Date: Fri, 10 May 2013 21:21:22 +0200
Message-ID: <518D48B2.5070801@alsacreations.fr>
To: w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
Hi,

I've in my bookmarks the following link :
<http://blog.powermapper.com/blog/post/Government-Accessibility-Standards.aspx>
where Mark Rogers has compiled a set of legislations for 17 countries 
and territories.

For France, both links are accurate. The years should be 2011 and 2012 
respectively (see my comment there) but that's only a minor detail.
As the RGAA was only made available as a set of PDF/UA, an unofficial 
website (in french, obviously) was set up by P. Bourlon to display the 
most interesting PDF of the set as an HTML website: <http://rgaa.net> 
(unofficial but faithful as far as I can tell)

For Quebec province, the link to SGQRI 008 seems dead. I think the new 
one is 
<http://www.tresor.gouv.qc.ca/ressources-informationnelles/standards-sur-laccessibilite-du-web/>


Philippe Vayssière
-- 
Alsacréations


Le 10/05/2013 19:32, Lainey Feingold a écrit :
> Friends and colleagues:
>
> I have put up a post with links to digital accessibility laws around 
> the world.  The direct link is:
>
> http://lflegal.com/2013/05/gaad-legal/
>
> I welcome your additions and corrections, and apologies in advance for 
> countries and citations left out.  I know these kinds of lists are 
> difficult to keep current, but (especially with your help) I will do 
> my best!
>
> Thanks, Lainey
>
>
> Lainey Feingold
> Law Office of Lainey Feingold
> http://lflegal.com/
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