National Association of the Deaf Files Disability Civil Rights Lawsuit Against Netflix

A federal lawsuit has been filed against Netflix by the National
Association of the Deaf (NAD) for violating the Americans with
Disabilities Act (ADA) due to failure in providing closed captioning for
its “Watch Instantly” movies and television shows as streamed on the
internet. The ADA requires that all “places of entertainment” provide
“full and equal enjoyment” for people with disabilities.