Almost 20 million Americans — 8 percent of the U.S. population — are blind or have visual impairments. Accordingly, organizations and businesses in nearly every industry stand to benefit from the use of vision related accessibility tools, which can increase employee productivity and provide a more inclusive user experience. To address this need, M365 incorporates a slew of tools and features – such as screen readers, text-to-speech, and color filters – that make it easier for end users with visual impairments to access, use, and benefit from M365 products. However, because these tools may collect and store user data in ways that may not be immediately apparent, businesses employing them must remain cognizant of the potential downstream risks associated with their use. Listen to our latest Tech Law Talks podcast episode, M365 accessibility: Vision-specific tools, as we discuss.
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