If Netflix is offended by streaming content, employees are required to stop playing

If Netflix is offended by streaming content, employees are required to stop playing ...

Netflix is today''s most popular streaming service. It has more than 200 million subscribers across the world, but there is a substantial decrease in the number of subscribers. According to a recent memo, Netflix staff advised that if they are offended by the streamers'' content breadth, they should leave.

The Closer, a controversial stand-up episode of Dave Chappelle, which was launched in protest of his anti-trans and homophobic remarks. Now, Ted Sarandos, the co-CEO of Netflix, has gone even further, warning employees that if anyone takes the place, it should be them.

Even if you find some titles contradicting our own personal values, we support Netflix as employees. Depending on your role, you may need to focus on titles that you consider harmful. It may not be the best place for you to support our content breadth.

Chappelle made a slew of jokes about trans womens genitalia, argued that gender is a reality, and called the LGBTQ+ community too sensitive. Short after the show began, Netflix employees took a walkout to show their collective disgust about comedians living quarters.

The mutiny had no impact on Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos, who was pushed by Chappelle and proceeded to air the special. The company''s newly distributed letter provided a warning to any remaining disgruntled cogs, reaffirming its commitment to promoting artistic expression.

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