Dawn C. Chmielewski reporting for the Los Angeles Times:
A federal judge in Massachusetts has denied Netflix Inc.’s request to throw out a lawsuit brought by the National Assn. for the Deaf, which alleges that the service discriminates against the deaf and hard of hearing by failing to provide closed captioning on all of the movies and TV shows available through its Internet streaming service.
Netflix declined to comment on the ruling, but noted that captions or subtitles are available on more than 80% of its most-watched titles.
Good enough isn’t good enough, Netflix.
26 Jun 2012 / 5 notes