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WDVA: Blind man not harmed by inaccessible website (access required)

A blind plaintiff lacked standing to sue a Virginia bank for maintaining a website without reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities, as he lived 300 miles from the nearest branch. Further, the bank’s voluntary upgrades – made prior to the suit – mooted his claim. Background Plaintiff Keith Carroll is permanently blind, using a screen reader to ...