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Link to the presentation and tutorial on how to set up a custom search engine and implement it on you site or blogs: http://lsntap.org/google_cse/
So, What is Google Custom search Engine? It's a tool that enables the website owners to define their own search engines. The CSE provides a simple form-based interface for building a domain specific search engine with the Google search plat form. For example, You might have seen many websites or blogs having their own search bars in their sites. However, the results that you search from it are sometimes not relevant to what you really want. To improve the search bar features, one can implement the Google custom search engine into their sites. Besides searching you own sites or blog only, the Google cse could also help you to search on the specific websites that you want the results to come out from. In this way, it could filter out the unnecessary information and make the search more efficient.
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The Justice Department announced today that it has entered a landmark consent decree with H&R Block in National Federation of the Blind, et al. and United States v. HRB Digital LLC, et al. The decree resolves the Department’s first ADA lawsuit centered on the accessibility of corporate websites and mobile applications. Under the decree, H&R Block will make its website, tax filing utility, and mobile applications conform to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 to the Level AA Success Criteria, will pay damages to the two named plaintiffs, and pay a civil penalty. H&R Block will also take a number of steps to maintain the accessibility of www.hrblock.com and its mobile apps with WCAG 2.0 AA, including adopting a policy, training employees and ensuring accountability, conducting regular automated and user testing, and regular reporting.
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For 2014, LSC has an appropriation of $3.45 million to fund technology projects across the legal services community. This year’s TIG areas of interest align closely with the key initiatives identified in LSC’s Summit on the Use of Technology to Expand Access to Justice. Applications for a wide variety of projects are welcome. Programs need not limit their proposals to the above topics. Any initiative that makes innovative use of technology to enhance client self-help or otherwise improve the legal services delivery system will be considered. The deadline for submission of TIG letters of intent is March 17, 2014 at 11:59 p.m. EDT.