Topic: media

Does the ADA Apply to Netflix? Court Says Yes

Do websites need to make accommodations for users with auditory and visual disabilities under the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act? That’s the question at the heart of a lawsuit filed by the National Association for the Deaf, which argues that Netflix should provide closed-captioning on its “Watch Instantly” online video streaming service. The… Read more »

Telemarketers Beware: Supreme Court Raises Stakes of Telephone Consumer Protection Act Violations

On January 18, 2012, a unanimous Supreme Court ruled that consumers are permitted to file private actions under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act in federal as well as state court. The decision in Mims v. Arrow Financial Services opens the door for additional TCPA complaints, particularly those brought by consumers in states with weaker consumer… Read more »