EU institutions reach provisional agreement on the European Accessibility Act

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On the 8th November, over three years after the European Commission published its first proposal for a European Accessibility Act, the EU institutions have come to a provisional agreement. This agreement will add new, EU-wide, minimum requirements on the digital accessibility of a range of products and services. Smartphones, computers, TVs, ATMS, payment terminals and ticket machines, e-books, e-readers, websites as well as mobile applications of private companies will all have to become fully accessible to persons with disabilities in the EU. In addition, the 112-emergency number and telephony services will be required to be accessible to all.
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