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Domino’s pizza chain is engaged in a legal war to avoid making its website accessible to blind people. So reports The Verge.

The three-year-old case stems from a lawsuit filed by Guillermo Robles and could have major implications with respect to the rights of people with disabilities and the responsibilities of companies to make their technology accessible. At the heart of the case is Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act, and whether it covers websites and mobile apps. One estimate suggests that the requirement could cost as much as $3 million per website.

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