Thread Subject: Re: Group B: 22(a) text equivalents
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From: Sailesh Panchang
Date: Wed, Nov 22 2006 1:45 PM
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>" * Turing Exception: If the purpose of non-text content is to
>confirm that content is being operated by a person rather than a
>computer, then different forms are provided to accommodate multiple
>Can this provision be either explained better or left out?
>I have no idea what it means, and I suspect
>most people reading it at face value won't either.
Here is new wording for you to consider:
"In cases where the result of user's interaction with certain non-text
element within Web content is used to confirm whether a real person or a
computer program is operating the content, the text alternative for the non
text element will accommodate multiple different disabilities."
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