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Hong Kong web accessibility

Hong Kong web accessibility
Hong Kong compliance
Hong Kong enacted the Guidelines on Dissemination of Information through Government Websites into law in 1999 and since then has made several revisions.
Currently, the legislation is not mandatory to the private sector and is restricted to government agencies. It stipulates that government websites and mobile apps must conform to WCAG 2.0 Level AA standards.
For more information about web accessibility laws in Hong Kong, click here.

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