Australia ‘discriminating’ against blind and visually impaired TV audiences

The government’s failure to roll out technology that enables television access for 450,000 blind or visually impaired Australians appears to breach anti-discrimination laws, according to the disability commissioner.

“This is not earth-shattering technology, it’s something that’s existed in every other developed country for quite a while now, and Australia is lagging behind,” Henley told Guardian Australia.

christopher Knaus
The Guardian
Thursday 24th May, 2018

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