CAPTCHAs and the blind
17th Dec 2007
Aaron Cannon believes there are no perfect solutions to using CAPTCHAs.
In order to keep out spammers and blind people, please type the characters you see below.
I reckon a spam question is the perfect solution, a blind person should be able to manage that.
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