Compliance - Privacy - Security
Web 3.0 refers to the next evolution of the World Wide Web, known as the “Semantic Web” as it aims to make the web more meaningful and understandable by computers. The key feature of Web 3.0 is the use of advanced technologies, including Ai, which allows for greater security, privacy, and control of data while creating a more interactive and personalized and accessible web experience.
What You Need And Why You Need It
Website accessibility options are required by The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) to ensure that users with disabilities can access and use the website’s content and functionality. Guidelines provide standards for website design and development, including things like text size and color contrast, navigation and screen reader abilities.
Web 3.0 is poised to revolutionize the internet, providing a more secure, transparent, and trustworthy web. However, as we move towards this new era of the internet, it’s important to consider the security challenges and opportunities. With a new set of security challenges that need to be addressed to ensure a safe and secure internet it is important to stay up to date with the evolving Web 3.0 security.
Accessibilty Compliance at a deeper level
Having accessibility options such as larger text size, a high contrast mode and audio description help users with visual impairments to read the website easily. Providing alternative text descriptions for images and videos, and allowing the website to be navigated using a keyboard, can help users with mobility impairments. Additionally, closed captioning or sign language interpretation can help users with hearing impairments. By making a website accessible to users with disabilities, businesses and organizations can ensure that they are not excluding a significant portion of the population from accessing their services. It is important for websites to be compliant with ADA regulations not only to avoid legal issues, but also to ensure that all users, including those with disabilities, can access and use the website. The laws are evolving as we dive more into WEB3 standards, and we are here to have your online presence accessible and covered.
Cookies - what they are and why you need a notice
Cookies are small text files that are stored on a user’s device by a website. They are used to remember user preferences and to track user behavior on the website. Some cookies are essential for the website to function properly, while others are used for advertising or analytics purposes. The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the e-Privacy Directive brings changes to the web that are evolving in a motion to protect consumers and website users. A cookie notification is to inform users that the website is using cookies, and to obtain the user’s consent for using them. The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the e-Privacy Directive require websites to obtain user consent for the use of non-essential cookies. This is why you often see a cookie notice pop-up when you visit a website for the first time.