Whether The Internet Is A Public Accomodation Under The Ada

The use of websites by individuals that are disabled has caused much contention on whether the Internet and websites are considered public accommodations under the ADA and the Congressional intent in adopting the ADA. To demonstrate the necessity to understand under this legislation, a lawsuit has been filed by a blind individual who alleges that a company’s Internet site was not accessible to his disability.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What is the precedence of the cases involving this issue?
Has there been other lawsuits filed in regards to website compliance with the ADA?


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