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Notice of Settlement of Class Action Relating to Captioning of Public Web Content ➜
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Harvard has adopted a new, University-wide Digital Accessibility Policy, which will increase the accessibility of Harvard’s public-facing websites and web-based applications, as well as the digital content Harvard creates and posts on those sites.
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Harvard's legal obligation requirements for captions.