Advocacy groups sue Netflix, Time Warner over lack of captioning

06/20/2011 | TheWrap.com

Advocates for individuals who cannot hear or who have hearing impairments have filed lawsuits against Netflix, claiming the lack of closed captions on streaming online content provided by the company violates the Americans with Disabilities Act. The filing came just one day after another advocacy group filed a class-action suit against Time Warner, claiming the company's failure to provide captioning of online videos on CNN.com also violates legal requirements.

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