We're not in a hole. A lot of companies would like to be in our hole - Scott 'touch'n'feely' McNealy
The report said that the sites ignored well-known techniques for making data accessible, while at the same time spouting about putting more services online.
According to the study, more than 48 per cent of Europeans use the net and 39 million have a disability.
However, using an accessibility criteria set down by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) only three percent could be used by deaf, blind or otherwise disabled people.
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