A class action filed against Time Warner today in Alameda County Superior Court alleges the media giant’s subsidiary CNN.com is preventing deaf users from accessing video and multimedia.

Anna Levine, an attorney at Disability Rights Advocates in Berkeley, said the plaintiffs want Time Warner to provide closed-captioning on video posted on CNN’s site, a measure she said the company has refused to take since first being lobbied several months ago.

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