How ad-blocking software could revolutionise disabled people’s lives

Internet users in general find autoplay videos and shiny dynamic advertising to be annoying. For persons with disabilities (e.g. deaf, blind or epileptic), these can go beyond annoyance, making some websites inaccessible. The Guardian's article How ad-blocking software could revolutionise disabled people’s lives explains more about the problems faced, and some possible solutions.

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