This might (or not) be of interest to some in here. Certainly pizza is a fun tie in.
The shift toward using an app on your phone to place an order, instead of using your phone to call a place, has made life easier for millions of people. Unfortunately, that shift has the opposite effect on blind and visually impaired consumers, for whom thousands of websites and mobile apps are unusable. Domino's Pizza maintains one such site, and it's asking the Supreme Court to let the site stay that way.
Domino's made a legal filing called a writ of certiorari to the US Supreme Court last week—basically, an argument for why the nation's highest court should take its case. In the petition (PDF), Domino's asks the court to determine whether the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires a retailer's website or app to "satisfy discrete accessibility requirements with respect to individuals with disabilities."
My opinion is that they make a good case, but chose their battles poorly. It will cost more to defend their position then to fix their code. Winning means selling fewer pizzas over the long term.
I have more to say on the matter, but will open it up to the floor first.