Originally Posted by error10
So you're in the UK then? It's probably a violation of the Equality Act 2010 (formerly the Disability Discrimination Act). Though to get anything done about it, you'll probably have to find a person whose disability requires them to use something other than IE.
i think that is a bit of stretch to that law tho
i avoid "IE" only sites/business's like the plague, there aren't a whole lot of them. if IE 9 keeps the trend to being more compliant, we might in the near future stop seeing "IE only" sites/portals/etc...one can hope
we will only be so lucky, to see a truly "neutral" web...where it doesn't matter what OS or browser you're on...
all my online banking and paypal, can be used in the alternate browsers, it hasn't effected me much, but the day it does, is the day i will find a bank that respects my right of choice
(j/k i have vmwares for a reason).