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Source: Federal Ministry for labour and SozialesDie website of the independent verifier for the digital accessibility of public Bodies of the Federation is 24. June 2020 online. The verifier is, in short, BFIT, in order to facilitate the compliance with the EU Directive 2016/2102. The Directive regulates the equitable barrier-free access for people with disabilities to Websites and mobile applications by public Bodies.People with disabilities frequently use tools that make the access to the digital world possible in the first place. These tools, such as screen readers, Braille displays, magnification software, special input devices or software need special digital requirements in order for the data for your user-perceivable, understandable and operable. Digital barriers can be, for example, sufficient contrasting Layouts, no valid HTML, or even the lack of subtitles and audio descriptor lists in the case of Videos. For example, the tasks of the BFIT, which is shown in accompanying EU Directive 2016/2102 and the social benefits of a barrier-free, digital future in three short, of course, accessible Videos that are available on the Website of Michael choice, the head of the Federal specialist explains. The offer on the website will be gradually expanded.Up to the 23. September 2020 must publish to the public a statement of accessibility for their websites. On the website of the Monitoring a pattern Declaration for this available, and which passes through the points must be specified. Also, the Feedback mechanism for digital services (websites, web sites, Apps, Intranets and Extranets) is provided in the download area of the Website available.


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