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[16 May 2013 | No Comment | ]
Disney Responds to Disabled ‘Black Market Guides’ Posing as Family Members

It has been two days since the New York Post published an article exposing the recent practice of New York haute monde hiring disabled “guides” to masquerade as family members during Walt Disney World vacations.
Why? So they can skip the lines at the parks.
Disney’s reaction has been brief but decisive. According to Disney spokesperson Bryan Malenius, Disney is investigating these and other, similar claims of guests abusing handicap considerations at the parks. As Malenius told CNN,
“It is unacceptable to abuse accommodations that were designed for guests with disabilities. […] …

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[13 Nov 2012 | No Comment | ]
Walt Disney Co. Almost Ready to Reveal ‘NextGen’ Technology in Detail

The Walt Disney Co. have remained silent for years about their $1 billion “Next Generation Experience” technology project. Now, however, the media giant may be ready to reveal in-depth details about the project early next year.
During a conference call, Disney CEO Bob Iger said:
Because we’re in the testing phase to make sure the technology is working the way we both expect and need it to work, we’ve been hesitant to roll out more details to you, and to the public, for that matter. There has been a fair amount of …