Many know that National Association of the Deaf (NAD) sued Netflix in 2011 for not captioning their streaming videos. Even after starting to caption more online videos after this, Netflix continues to let down deaf and hard of hearing people that make up over 50 million in USA.
The new year is already starting soon this week, and I would like to highlight some things related to audio accessibility happening throughout this passing year:
As the year nears to end, I’d like to list some improvements with captioning accessibility and also list some things that businesses need to work on. It’s great to see some positive changes, and I’m hoping 2013 would be much more accessible.
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