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Author Archives: Margarita Varona
In December, IPR filed a complaint on behalf of several deaf and hard of hearing consumer groups against Amazon.com, alleging violations of the Federal Communications Commission’s rules requiring closed captioning for Internet Protocol (“IP”)-delivered video programming. Amazon responded to the complaint, admitting to … Continue reading