Robbie Carlton wrote:
> But they stop the average spambot, which is what they're for I think.
> The simplest accessible alternative would be email verification, but this
> obviously slows the whole thing down.
> Has anyone thought of an accessible alternative that can be embedded on the
> page?

How about asking the user to respond by decoding a "spam speak" encoded
word or question. (On the plus side, if the scheme fails and you can
get access to the algorithm to decode it, you can use that as a spam
email filtering test... ;)