This report sets out the findings of the Disability Rights Commission investigation into website accessibility for disabled people, focusing on publicly accessible sites under part 3 of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995. Conclusions drawn include that most websites are inaccessible to disabled users and fail to satisfy even the most basic standards recommended by the World Wide Web Consortium. A number of recommendations are made to help improve usability relating to actions to be taken by providers of support services to disabled people, by designers and providers of assistive technology, by designers of operating systems and browsers, by website developers, commissioners and owners, and by developers of automated accessibility checking tools.
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