Netflix Agrees to Add Audio Description to Many of Its Shows and DVD Rentals

In what has been deemed the first of its kind, Netflix has entered into an agreement with the American Council of the Blind, the Massachusetts-based Bay State Council of the Blind, and a blind individual, to add “audio descriptions” to many of the programs offered on its video streaming and DVD rental service. View Full Post
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Securities Law 101 (Part III): Watch Your Mouth! Regulation FD’s Impact On (selective) Disclosure

By | The Securities Edge | January 31, 2013
Securities Law 101 (Part III): Watch Your Mouth! Regulation FD’s Impact On (selective) Disclosure In the wake of the SEC recommending an enforcement action against Netflix, Inc. and its CEO for social media postings that potentially violate Regulation FD, public companies must increasingly ensure that they understand, and comply with, their obligations under Regulation FD. View Full Post
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Netflix Settles Disability Discrimination Lawsuit for $795,000

Netflix Settles Disability Discrimination Lawsuit for $795,000 The National Association of the Deaf had sued Netflix under the Americans with Disabilities Act because it claimed that the Internet was a place of public accommodation and close captioning was necessary to insure that deaf individuals had equal access to the services. View Full Post
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