Swedish website Digi.nu aims to narrow digital divide ahead of 2025 EU accessibility directive

Monday 6 December 2021 | 13:46 CET | News
Swedish communications regulator PTS has announced the compilation of digital inclusivity information under the new Digi.nu website. It is aimed at people including procurement staff, IT officers, system administrators, website editors and menu designers. Sweden is preparing to comply with the EU online service accessibility directive 2019/882 by 28 June 2025.

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