The role of government in web accessibility

The role of government in web accessibility is Andy Clarke’s follow-up to his recent post Accessibility and a society of control, in which he argues against accessibility legislation.

The follow-up contains some ideas on what governments should do to increase web accessibility. A quick summary: education and tax breaks, which are very good suggestions. The question is if that would be enough.

Posted on June 19, 2005 in Accessibility, Quicklinks

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