In Netflix Captioning Case, an Unexpected Fee Fight

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Both Netflix and a deaf college student who sued on discrimination grounds claimed a technical victory that entitles them to fees. U.S. District Judge Edward Davila saw it differently.

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  • Lisa Belinda

    Gee, we wouldn't want "EVERYONE" to have access to information--that would cost PROFITS to take a hit, or even worse, a boycotting, informed public. We might choose to exercise rather than exorcise our rights, and demand equality for ALL. GEEZE, SILLY OLD US.

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