Retailers across the country are getting slammed for operating Web sites that discriminate against the blind or visually impaired. Businesses in New York and California appear to be getting hit the hardest, legal experts said. In New York, 14 retailers have been sued in the past 13 days, court papers reveal. Big-name retailers hit with...
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