A visually impaired New York man has sued Playboy, claiming that its website violates the Americans With Disabilities Act because it's not compatible with screen-reading software.
You probably know that companies have to provide disabled individuals with equal access to its content and offerings, but it's not just the physical location that must be accessible. The online services — like the website — should provide assistive technology, like programs that speak text.
But what about the pictures? (Asking for a friend, of course.)
Now we're getting somewhere. If Playboy is smart, they might want to make that technology accessible to everyone, visually impaired or otherwise. But, to stay on the right side of the law, definitely to the visually impaired.