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eAccessibility

Communication from the Commission to the Council, the European Parliament and the European Economic and Social Committe and the Committee of the regions: eAccessibility
Brussels, 13.09.2005
COM (2005) 0425 [SEC(2005) 1095]

Coordinated action by EU Member States is needed to make information and communication technologies (ICTs) more accessible to all, and particularly to people with disabilities and some older persons, said the European Commission in a Communication on Electronic Accessibility (eAccessibility). The Commission calls upon Member States to do more to promote EU e-Accessibility initiatives in a concerted approach and to encourage uptake by industry.

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