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Legislation requiring website accessibility was enacted in many countries including the USA years ago but the widespread lack of enforcement has let companies and sloppy website designers ignore the issue .
A lawsuit, filed on Wednesday this week in a Massachusetts federal court, alleged that it is harder for visually impaired people to interact with Dell's platforms than it is for sighted users, violating the effective communication and equal access requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) https://www.theregister.com/2021/03/05/giannaros_v_dell/.The law suit (https://regmedia.co.uk/2021/03/04/giannaros_vs_dell_complaint.pdf)says thatThirty years after the passage of the ADA, numerous facilities are still not compliant leaving the disabled population in a second-classcitizenship limbo. Title III of the ADA allows both the U.S.Attorney General and private individuals to sue, but the rate at which the Attorney General is bringing suitseeking compliance is extremely low
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