Example - A stock ticker: Doesn't this example violate 1.1.1? If someone stops the stock ticker and therefore misses out on some information shouldn't that information be provided elsewhere?
Thank you for pointing this out. It was also pointed out by another reviewer that the sufficient technique for this success criterion requires paused content to be restarted from the point where it was stopped but with a notice that the display is delayed. This example has been modified to say the ticker will restart from the point where it was paused so that all trades that occurred while it was paused will be displayed.
However, if a control to turn off (rather than pause) the presention of real-time information via non-text content (ex. an applet) were present, there would be no requirement that the information that was not displayed during the time it was turned off would be available.