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Just out of legal curiosity. The woman in Atlanta, GA that recently tried to buy and iPad and was refused service because she was of Iranian descent but still and American citizen; does this qualify as discrimination and if so which laws does it violate? I imagined the Civil Rights Act of 1968 but this appears to mainly only protect individuals in hotels, restaurants, theaters, and similar places of business. It did not appear there was a law that protected people from discrimination in cases of regular buying and selling of goods or services.