p2pnet view P2P | Politics:- Donna Jodhan (right), a blind Toronto special-needs business consultant, sued the federal government for discrimination “because its online services aren’t fully available to blind people”, p2pnet said last year, quoting the Toronto Sun . And she won. Federal court justice Michael Kelen gave the government “15 months to update its websites”, says the CBC .
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