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Website alone can be a place of public accommodation (access required)

Although the Fourth Circuit has not addressed whether a website can constitute a place of public accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act, and other circuits have reached differing conclusions, the court agreed that places of “public accommodation” are not limited to physical, brick-and-mortar establishments and include commercial websites that offer goods and services. Background Brittney Mejico ...