This decision holds that a stand-alone website, not acting as the gateway to a physical location is not a “place of public accommodation” within the meaning of the Americans with Disabilities Act.  Hence, maintaining a stand-alone website in a format that is not readable by standard programs for the visually impaired is not an ADA violation.  And, other than  extreme situations where the impact is so significant, and the amelioration so trivial, the mere fact that the defendant knowingly maintains a website that has a disparate impact on the visually impaired is insufficient to show the intentional discrimination needed to state a claim under the Unruh Act.