Stanca Act

The Stanca Act is an Italian law of 2004 that promotes the accessibility of information technology. The law applies also to the Italian government websites.


The name of this law refers to its proponent, Lucio Stanca, Minister of Innovations during the second cabinet of Berlusconi.

The law was unanimously approved by Parliament, was published in the Italian Gazzetta Ufficiale of 17 January 2004, and became operational after more than a year.

On 16 September 2013 an update of this law was published in the Gazzetta Ufficiale. The update aligns the law with W3C WCAG 2.0 standards.

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