The Guarantor shall: Protek Snc
In no event shall the Guarantor be liable for damages of any kind caused directly or indirectly from the site, the impossibility of accessing it.
The Guarantor shall keep the information on the site, but, although a source for many acts, can not ensure in absolute its completeness or accuracy of the updated changes.
- Study and analysis
1.1 Conducted a thorough analysis and study to make the web pages, tests were carried out to ascertain the usability of the site.
1.2 The site is suitable for the latest browsers that implement and conform to the standard World Wide Web Consortium (www.w3c.it) as Safari, Mozilla Firefox, Netscape and Opera.
2.1 The subject site has before and after the publication of regular inspections by groups of web tester in order to make the structure and content conform to WAI guidelines, the website was revised and updated according to the rules and procedures skipping navigation.
- Access to external links
3.1 The Ombudsman has no responsibility for the websites to which you can access via links within the site, provided as an additional service to network users.
3.2 The Guarantor, with respect to linked sites, nor is not responsible for the information obtained by the user of these, nor for their accessibility and usability features, nor for the functionality and their graphics, shall be held responsible are owners of sites which are accessible to their own conditions.
- Documents and legislation
4.1 In 1999, the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) has published the document Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 – W3C Recommendation 1999, known as WCAG 1.0, containing guidelines for Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) standards that dictate the accessibility of web pages.
4.2 The WAI guidelines are, globally, the main reference point in terms of accessibility for web developers. The official version of WCAG 2.0, is currently “working draft”.
4.3 In Italy the regulatory guidance on the accessibility of websites are different. In 2001, the Circular “Bassanini” No 3 / 2001, Department of Civil Service, indicates the “Guidelines for the organization, usability and accessibility of government websites.
4.4 Circular AIPA of September 6th, 2001 then establish criteria and tools needed to improve the accessibility of websites and computer applications.
4.5 The same year the European Commission is also involved with a publication entitled “eEurope 2000: accessibility and content of the websites of government.”
4.6 with the Directive of 30 May 2002, Minister for Innovation and Technologies, has called on all governments to cooperate in national portal www.italia.gov.it compliance with certain requirements, including compliance with A level of accessibility provided by the W3C WAI guidelines.
4.7 The turning point occurs in 2004, Law No. 4 / 2004 “Provisions to facilitate the access of disabled people to computing, so called” Stanca Law “.
- They apply the law:
5.1 The Decree of President of Republic March 1, 2005, No 75 “Regulations for Implementation of the Law 9 January 2004, No 4, to promote access of disabled people to tools. “
The decree that criteria, operating principles and organizational framework for the accessibility, or how they may be required evaluation, criteria for possible participation of the applicant to transaction costs, the logo is made manifest in the possession of the accessibility requirement, how they can be shown to remain the same requirement.
5.2 The Decree of the Department of Innovation and Technology July 8, 2005 “Technical requirements and different levels of accessibility to computer.
Establishes guidelines showing the technical requirements and levels for ‘ Accessibility; the technical methodologies to verify the accessibility of Internet sites and the programs assisted evaluation used for this purpose.