Designed so that the cardholder can shield it with the body to protect against observation of the PIN during PIN entry. (How to do this from a wheelchair?). Dismount D2P.
Devices deployed that do not use the privacy-shield requirements evaluated by the test laboratory are no longer considered approved devices.
This must be disclosed in the security policy for the device. POS Dismount is the fix. [PCI PTS POI Evaluation FAQs – Technical]
Visa Acceptance Core Rules Section 126.96.36.199 Compliance with Laws and Regulations.
Each Member is also responsible for ensuring that any of its affiliates, subsidiaries, parent companies, third-party agents, Merchants, and any other of its appointed agents participating in Visa’s system comply with all applicable laws, regulations, and other legal requirements applicable to each country in which its affiliates, subsidiaries, parent companies, third-party agents, Merchants, and other appointed agents operate.
(ADA is a Federal Law with regulations).
Visa TADG 3.2 - 2.6 Accessibility Requirements Device vendors and acquirers are responsible for ensuring that all customer-facing devices adhere to any and all accessibility requirements for the countries in which they operate and for the countries in which the devices are installed. (Again, -ADA is a Federal Law with regulations).
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