said by IowaCowboy:
I wonder if the user could get reasonable accomodation to their policies due to the fact he is blind, especially if the screen reader software is causing the excessive bandwidth or receive the bandwidth warnings via a phone call.
I myself am disabled (Autism and a mild case of Cerebral Palsy) so I know accessibility barriers very well.
Yeah, I read that too...and don't buy it.
C'mon now, after all the guy calls himself "Datanabber"...does that give you at least pause to ponder?...
He claims that they are inaccurate in his data usage, but then of course he claims to have no idea either...okaaay.
My sister in law is blind, and I am the guy who set up and maintains her computer with JAWS, one of the other major screen reader programs for the blind.
Any warning that might be sent by an ISP would be just as accessible to her through JAWS, as it would be to me visually.
Also, screen reader software puts literally no "hit" on copnsumed bandwidth, so that dog won't hunt.--
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