FCC Forum Focuses On Broadband Access For People With Disabilities
The FCC hosted its first Open Developer Day yesterday, bringing together Web developers to discuss new ways to provide technology access to people with disabilities.
The Open Developer Day is a public/private sector forum discussion on implementing the 21st Century Communications and Video Act, which was created to increase broadband access for the deaf and blind.
“In an online world, the best ideas can and do come from anyone, anywhere. Tapping into the innovation happening at the edge and in the cloud is a no-brainer," said FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski. "It is part of our ongoing effort to harness technology to transform the FCC into a model of excellence in government.”
Read more about the event here in The Hill.