---- Federal Judge Sustains Discrimination Claims Against Target.com website
le_gber - 4:25 pm on Sep 14, 2006 (gmt 0)
[...] so enough of the brick and mortor comparison it is not a valid argument as major brick and mortor stores have no service for the blind that equals [...]
I think that this is a good example as there is one issue that seem to be coming up quite often. It's the amalgamation of disable and blind. The WCGA are there to improve access to websites for the disabled, not just for the blind.
The fact that the plaintif is blind means the site was even less accessible or him than for a person who has restricted mobility. But the site would have been inaccessible for the latter as well as keyboard navigation seemed lacking.