When a private company chooses to ignore accessibility, it is rude. If an alternative service is available, I will use it, or, oftentimes, I will simply decide that I don't need whatever the company is offering. When a government-run service, or a private company which provides a public service does this, it should be illegal. It is the same principle as requiring new public buildings to be made to accommodate wheelchairs.
More up-to-date security information can probably be found through a search.
Again, this may seem irrelevant to you as the user. But what if the site in question is your bank, or another institution which might hold private information about you?
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