Saturday, June 7, 2008

Spy Museum Makes Changes

Washington’s International Spy Museum says it has cut a deal with the Justice Department over compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act. The changes were sparked by a complaint to the Federal Agency four years ago. Since then, the Spy Museum has spent some half a million dollars getting its facilities up to speed. This includes adding closed captioning to video presentations and offering sign language interpreters on request. When visitors approach a videotape or film they can access the closed-captioning by touching a small device worn around the neck.