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The Information contained in these web pages is, to the best of our knowledge, true and accurate at the time of publication, and is solely for informational purposes. ClassicIrishPlays.com accepts no liability for any loss or damage howsoever arising as a result of use of or reliance on this information, whether authorised or not.
The vast majority of the material excerpted or represented in full on ClassicIrishPlays.com is in the public domain; where a given work is known to be in copyright, it is subject to the principle of “fair dealing” as laid down in Irish law (Copyright and Related Rights Act 2000).
Any unintended infringement will be remedied as soon as notification is received via email and it is requested that no visitor to the site take legal action against its owner without a reasonable opportunity to rectify any known errors and eliminate any perceived cause for offense.
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As far as possible, we aim that the website is:
- technically accessible, in that it is possible for all users to access all information and functionality;
- equally usable, in that it is not prohibitively difficult or time consuming for users with disabilities to carry out normal tasks;
- capable of being adapted or configured by individual users to meet their specific needs and preferences;
- capable of interfacing with appropriate, widely available assistive technologies employed by users.
As a minimum standard, all pages are designed to meet all Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 Level A and Level AA success criteria – the target rating which public sector bodies should achieve. However, we aim to achieve as many of the guidelines from Levels 1, 2, and 3 as practical in the design and implementation of the website.
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