/// Deaf, Blind Sue Over Web Shopping
Commerce has moved online. Now, the disability lawsuits are following. Advocates for disabled Americans have declared that companies have a legal obligation to make their websites as accessible as their stores, and they’ve filed suits across the country to force them to install the digital version of wheelchair ramps and self-opening doors. Read the rest of this post on the original site »
Deaf, Blind Sue Over Web Shopping
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