DOJ Issues Web Accessibility Guidance, Falls Short of Setting Specific Standards

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For several years, businesses have been hammered with website accessibility lawsuits that argued all places of public accommodation, including online retailers and hospitality businesses, must have websites users with visual or other impairments can access. The lawsuits arise from Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act, which generally provides that places of public accommodation must provide full and equal enjoyment of their goods and services to people with disabilities. The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), which enforces Title III, has long taken the position that websites are covered under the law but has refused to provide any official

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