Currently working for a client who had a very vague, generic accessibility statement on the site, until a couple of months ago when the site was redesigned and the statement was left out of the IA.
They are now looking to reintroduce it, albeit updated to encompass the standards the site now adheres to.
I'm torn though. On the one hand I can see that they support transparency and accountability, but on the other, I've never seen a user actually read them (given that I've carried out testing with users with specific disabilities - mobility and visual impairment). Could it just add noise to a site already teetering on "cluttered"?
Do you think accessibility statements are still worth having on websites?