University May Remove Online Content to Avoid Disability Law

The University of California, Berkeley, has announced that it may eliminate free online content rather than comply with a U.S. Justice Department order that it make the content accessible to those with disabilities.

The content in question is all free and is for the general public to use. “The department’s findings do not implicate the accessibility of educational opportunities provided to our enrolled students,” said in a statement on the situation by Cathy Koshland, vice chancellor for undergraduate education.

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