Regulators Issue Sweeping New Rules to Help Disabled Use Television Technology reports that federal regulators are issuing sweeping new rules to allow people with disabilities to take advantage of modern mobile and television technology.

The new regulations stem from a 2010 law passed by Congress that updates communications laws to bring more services to the deaf and blind.

The new Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulations are intended to implement the law so people with bad vision or hearing can take full advantage of communications tools like smart phones, tablets and television.

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