Presently, U.S. consumers can order a Domino’s pizza via bot or voice command.

But in recent years the pizza delivery pioneer found itself at the center of a court battle over whether places of public accommodation have to make their website or mobile applications compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act. On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court denied the restaurant chain’s request to review a decision finding Domino’s liable for violating the federal civil rights law by failing to make its website accessible to blind customers

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