This is a post about digital access after the 2016 election for president. In an earlier post I wrote about the threat to digital civil rights if Trump were elected. Here I write that digital access is here to stay. Disabled people will insist on access to the accessible content. State laws will not change. State agencies can protect disabled people’s rights. Even though there will be new judges, existing judges will still be here. The disability community is strong. Activists and their lawyers will work to protect rights. Companies and government agencies see the value of access.