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With the advent of the World Wide Web and Internet shopping, more and more people are now opting to log
online and visit the endless range of virtual storefronts that have the potential to satisfy all their retail needs.
This option is particularly useful and offers many benefits to the members of our society who may be
experiencing a varying range of disabilities, such as visual or hearing impairments, or even cognitive
At the forefront of these developments arises the issue of Web site accessibility concerning disabled users.
Subsequently, legislation is slowly being introduced to address and combat these issues. This document examines an article on this very subject and attempts to present a critical analaysis of its content.