The META element can be used to identify properties of a document (e.g., author, expiration date, a list of key words, etc.) and assign values to those properties. This specification does not define a normative set of properties.
There doesn’t seem to be any obligation for user agents to recognize them, though. The <title></title> element is the standard way of indicating a page title, so just use that.
We aren’t talking about a title attribute here it is a ‘name’ value by the looks of things: <meta name=“[…]” content=“Man in Fear - When is an accident not an accident?” />
Though without the full META element code example in post#1; it is hard to tell but I suspect it was supposed to read ‘description’ or another valid word.
The Validator clearly states the NAME attribute has an INVALID (custom) value nothing more.
Obviously META itself can have a title attribute in FRED5 (because it is stupidly lax) but like I said it was the name attribute value at fault. Obviously a normative language like XHTML 1.x does NOT allow a title attribute (title=“…”) on META but we are analysing the ‘name’ not ‘title’ attribute anyway.