12 October 2018
Source: BBC Wales
The majority of Wales’ 107,000 visually impaired people do not have access to the internet at home, according to research for World Sight Day.
That is despite access to the internet at home being seen as key to reducing levels of social and financial inequality.
Neil Prior, a BBC journalist of 18 years, has been totally blind since the age of 13. He is a self-confessed Luddite.
Read the full story on the BBC Wales website