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About a year ago it was reported that the FCC had granted the ESA another waiver extension precluding video games from complying with U.S. Accessibility requirements mandated by the 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act. This was the third, and said to be final, such waiver. True to that, Gamasutra reports that this exemption is now expired, and that all games released in the U.S. from now on must meet these communication standards, get a specific individual exemption, or face fines. They add that games released prior to the deadline will also need to comply if they "still regularly receive substantial updates." Here's more:
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