Guardian digital accessibility statement

Our policy & commitment

At Guardian, we are committed to accessibility, diversity and inclusion. As part of that commitment, we are making efforts to make sure that Guardian customers have an accessible user experience including persons with disabilities. In doing so, Guardian has a goal to comply with applicable accessibility regulations including the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

We are working to ensure our websites and online services are accessible for all and are committed to following the W3CWeb Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1(WCAG 2.1 Levels A and AA standards). We are also firmly dedicated to complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Titles II and III, California Consumer Privacy Act, Unruh Civil Rights Act, and other applicable accessibility laws.

As we work toward meeting the WCAG 2.1 Level A and Level AA standards, we continue to develop our digital accessibility compliance program, which includes coordination with our accessibility partners, as well as designing, developing and testing Guardian’s websites and online services for conformance to the standards.

If you would like further information about Guardian’s accessibility efforts, or have other accessibility questions or feedback, please contact:

When contacting us, please include the full URL of the web page you have a question about or need help with.