Nic wrote:
At which point does one's right to "do as one chooses" start stepping on
another one's right to access services?  Would we even *have* this
discussion if people being refused access to websites were black and the
refusal was because they are black?

I really don't see the point you are trying to make here. There is no difference between refusing access to someone based on physical/mental disability (those that require assistive technology) and someone based on their race, culture, religion, etc. It's unnecessary discrimination either way.

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Lachlan Hunt
http://lachy.id.au/


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