Recently the United States Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal from Dominos Pizza regarding a case about how accessible their website is to people with disabilities. By declining to hear the case the court leaves in place a ruling by a lower court that ruled the Dominos Pizza website is subject to the American's with Disbabilities Act, a federal law that requires places of public access to make accommodations for people with disabilities. The appeals court stated that websites are included in the coverage and that Domino's must comply even without "a blueprint for compliance with its statutory obligations." The original case involved a customer with visual disabilities that was trying to use reading software that was unable to pick up the small print of the special offers on the Dominos Pizza website and therefore felt he was unfairly denied the opportunity to save additional money y using the special offer coupons.
If the 'specials' on your dealership's website have small print disclaimers this is a good read. Auto dealers tend to be easy targets, knowledge is key. | "Unclear ADA compliance rules on websites flummox dealers..."
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