All posts filed under: web

GDPR

Leave a comment
web

You Blog You blog, you write – and someone reads your blog and comments, or reads your newsletter. Or you sell something online – a pen, a book, a wooly hat, an iPhone case – and you get paid. You have the name, address, email address, and maybe some other information such as birthday or the customer’s liking for woolly hats. Surely, none of it is the kind of stuff that the framers of GDPR […]

Web Accessibility Woes

Leave a comment
web

I was looking at a website that has a web accessibility page. It describes how the site is accessible to people with various impairments. I googled for whether such a page is a legal requirement. I don’t think it is, but what is a legal requirement in the UK under the Equality Act 2010 is not to discriminate by preventing impaired people from accessing services. I see there are similar provisions in the US, and […]