submitted this link to an analysis of accessibility
during the Olympic games. "Abstract: The issue of disabled access to the web is examined using the case of the 2000 Olympic
web site. Wider use of accessibility guidelines for small screen and wireless web devices
In August 2000 the Sydney Organising Committee for the Olympic Games was found to
have engaged in unlawful conduct by providing a web site which was to a significant
extent inaccessible to the blind. The Australian Human Rights and Equal Opportunity
Commission ordered the web site be made accessible by the start of the Sydney Olympics.
The details of the case and its global implications for government policy and commercial
practice on the Internet is examined by one of the expert witnesses who gave evidence to
the commission. The possible benefits for wireless and TV based web access from use of
accessibility guidelines is looked at."