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FCC moves to caption the Web

June 30, 2014

The Federal Communications Commission is taking another step to make the Internet more accessible, voting next month on rules for closed captioning online video clips. The vote, planned for the FCC’s July meeting, is the result of a years-long push — and Chairman Tom Wheeler's personal interest — to increase accessibility online.

 



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