An interpretation of an obscure rule buried in the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 may lead to strict requirements for making Federal web sites handicapped accessible, and has the potential to filter down to privately run web sites. Check out

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"One preview of what the barrier board may publish next month," according to Freedom Forum, "is contained in its own notices, which state that, in addition to conventional html and pdf versions available online, all online information must also be available from the agency via audio text and TTY, as well as 'cassette tape, Braille, large print, or computer disk.'"