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Comment: Re:Web accessibility by analogy to B&M accessi (Score 1) 709

by bryan8m (#16077554) Attached to: Judge Rules Sites Can Be Sued Over Design
I think blind/braille browsers are completely impractical. What a non-disabled person could view in a few minutes would take hours to go through on a disabled browser. Many pages on a website contain repeated information, and the person receiving the information would miss out on the structure of the page, and obviously any images. Creating web accessibility for the blind is hopeless in my mind.

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