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US Supreme Court won’t rule on how the ADA is applied to technology. What happens next?

DENVER — The U.S. Supreme Court reconvened Monday for its new term and abruptly announced it would not take up a case that questions how the Americans with Disabilities Act is applied to technology. The case can now move forward through the lower courts.

The case stems back to a 2016 lawsuit against Domino’s by Guillermo Robles, who is blind, and who claims he could not order a pizza using the company’s website or mobile site because it is not accessible.

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