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RT @jensimmons: This is why websites (and all software) should never assume everyone use computers like you personally do. We are all different and have different setups to accommodate different needs. Make your sites accessible — to voice, keyboards… everykind kind of input and output. #a11y

This is why websites (and all software) should never assume everyone use computers like you personally do. We are all different and have different setups to accommodate different needs. Make your sites accessible — to voice, keyboards… everykind kind of input and output. #a11y— Jen Simmons (@jensimmons) January 3, 2019

RT @WebDevLaw: This will make admins and moderators legally liable for the posts on their sites. It’s as dangerous as it sounds, and with the UK losing the EU e-commerce directive, there will be nothing in their way. Brexit Britain is beginning to look rather Orwellian. https://t.co/Uc0kXlpS2q

This will make admins and moderators legally liable for the posts on their sites. It's as dangerous as it sounds, and with the UK losing the EU e-commerce directive, there will be nothing in their way. Brexit Britain is beginning to look rather Orwellian. https://t.co/Uc0kXlpS2q— Heather Burns (@WebDevLaw) December 31, 2018

RT @WebDevLaw: Tweeting this again from last night. On the human level, it is an absolutely sickening slide into the 1930s. On the political level, it is the death blow to any post-Brexit data protection adequacy ruling. https://t.co/PUPJmkO8tX

Tweeting this again from last night. On the human level, it is an absolutely sickening slide into the 1930s. On the political level, it is the death blow to any post-Brexit data protection adequacy ruling. https://t.co/PUPJmkO8tX— Heather Burns (@WebDevLaw) December 29, 2018