Should Netflix Be Accessible to the Deaf?
By: TORI SMITH EKSTRAND of The Atlantic
25 years ago, President George H.W. Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act to ensure that people with disabilities could experience more opportunity and independence in their lives.
Society has improved its public accommodations for disabled people, with one exception being the Internet, because it is not a physical structure.
What does this mean for people with disabilities who use Internet features?
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