Huge news pertaining to web accessibility law in the U.S. — a California court ruled that web sites such as target.com are required by California law to be accessible.
- Court Ruling Says California Disabled Rights Law Applies to the Web
- Court rules against Target on website accessibility lawsuit
4 replies on “Court rules against Target on website accessibility lawsuit”
No, that is not what was concluded. The judge certified the class and dismissed almost all objections by Target. The actual lawsuit will now proceed; no *decision* on the *merits* of the claims in the lawsuit has been issued.
Thanks for the clarification Joe! Here’s Joe’s blog entry on the Target case.
Different Joe, actually — that comment was from Joe Clark, I believe. (It’s hard to be absolutely confident, with the no last name and the masked blogger profile, but I’m reasonably confident.)
I know it wasn’t me, at any rate!
Thanks for the link to my article, regardless…
Oh, whoops! Thanks for your input *Joe Clark*. You’re welcome on the link, Joe Dolson 😉