I could be wrong, but I believe that is how a presidence is set.
Looking at the court system once a presidenc is set that follows as law
until it is overturned by a higher court, and appeals come into play
until it reaches the highest court which, when it chooses to hear a
case, will render a decision which validates the laws in question.
It's all part of the American process, it's the Constitution and the
checks and balances of the three branches of government as written.
Because of issues which become presidence, all later lawsuits will be
judged as with merit, or without and thrown out.
This is America.
Where is it writen in the constitution that a website should be
'visually impaired' friendly? See this is what is wrong with the
system. Everyone feels that they are entitled to something.
This suit should be thrown out. What is NOT being
stated is that there are software solutions for blind surfers. One
software browser that comes to mind is called, Lynx. Lynx is a text
web browser that can be linked to a voice output program. I also just
checked (there I go verifying again) the Target.com website. They do
have their alternate tags ACTIVE, and I used Lynx surf their site.
Basically the suit is BS as is a great percentage of lawsuits that are
raised in this Amerika. Buts is fun to watch and bicker over, so it
must be a good thing ... right Ted?
I am just waiting for that 'Blind Pilot' suit to be raised ... then I
will know the 'second coming' is upon us!
Well now, I'm going to guess it's the interpretation of the ADA (there
are numbers involved) and that interpretation takes place in court when
it is challenged. Whether anyone likes it or not law is law and it's
present interpretation becomes the presidence.
If it is without merit it will be thrown out, not because someone
doesn't like it.
I'd love to sit and chat, but I've got to get ready for tomorrow's launch.
I doubt this person really cares about access to the Target website.
They probably just want the publicity and the possibility that some wacko
judge/jury agrees or Target settles out of court.
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