Why Internet accessibility may be the next big civil rights issue

07/5/2013 | Detroit Free Press

The U.S. Justice Department this year is expected to issue guidelines on how the Americans with Disabilities Act applies to websites. Recent lawsuits against companies such as Netflix and Target have brought the issue of online content accessibility to the forefront. "Websites are the new frontier," said Brian G. Muse, a law partner with LeClairRyan in Williamsburg, Va.

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