The Register is reporting on developments in a California court case pitting blind users against the retailer Target over the lack of accessibility
of Target.com. (We discussed the matter on two occasions
last year.) The case is being brought under a federal statute, the Americans With Disabilities Act, and two California laws that are somewhat broader. Even though Target has made improvements to the site since losing the first phase in court, the judge has just ruled that the case is eligible for class-action status. The end result could be mandated accessibility for for all Web sites reachable by visually impaired users in California.