Stuart Sherwood wrote:

Any such aberration of 'rights' that necessarily violates the legitimate rights of others is destructive to our liberty.

True when the "others" are people. But we're discussing a scenario where the "other" is a company, and that scenario has radically different requirements for the defense of individual liberty.

Only companies/institutions are required to comply with accessibility legislation (in the UK, and US as far as I'm aware). Accessibility legislation does not require individuals to comply with it, rightly so.

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