The Accessibility Wars Begin

February 09, 2006 | davefletcher

From: The Programming Mechanism

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theMechanism's been yapping about this for years, but it looks like the first significant blow has been dealt to corporations. Target has had legal action brought against them by the National Federation of the Blind due to accessibility issues with Target's website. This will be the first of many lawsuits brought against corporations over accessibility. See? There's a reason that we've been building sites to be Section 508 Compliant for years.

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