Telstra Has Killed CAPTCHA, Now Everyone Else Must Follow

Last December, Telstra promised to get rid of all CAPTCHA verification from its site by 30 September, 2014. Today, it announced it had reached that goal. This is a worthy achievement which every other CAPTCHA-deploying site must emulate.

CAPTCHA picture from Shutterstock

CAPTCHA is evil. There is no excuse. Let it be gone.

Removing CAPTCHA to give access for all [Telstra Exchange]

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