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CLOSED: Engagement: What technologies and practices could make the FCC's online operations more accessible for communities and individuals with disabilities?


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  1. Help

    I was injured at work in 2001
    I ended up fired then told I was not retrainable because of the medication I take. So here I am a 40 year old woman whos life is going nowhere fast and all I want is a chance to prove everyone wrong. So if anyone has any ideas I would love to hear them.
    Thanks for your time. Donmoniquejones@yahoo.com

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  2. Favor open formats that represent a technological least common denominator, and degrade gracefully.

    With consideration of the wide variety of assistive technologies in use, and the wide ranges of disabilities, any solution that aims to target a specific segment of users is short sighted. Rather than attempt to address every assistive technology, and every disability, a general approach consisting of open formats, graceful degradability, and alternative formats (including "least common denominator" formats such as plain text), alongside common sense approaches to accessible design are best.

    Open formats are the first layer of accessbility. By making sure that a wide variety of applications can be used to access information, you increase the chances that…

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  3. Go to SMART Meter hearings and see the people you are disabling with your wireless technology-it is criminally wrong

    With so many people testifying personally about the effects of their smart meters on their health and so many studies to back them up, how can the FCC keep pretending that their are no non-thermal effects and maintain standards which give no protection at all. It is wrong.

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