Elon Musk and other high-profile figures applaud Netflix for taking action against woke employees

Elon Musk and other high-profile figures praised Netflix’s new corporate culture memo, which effectively assures woke staff that the firm will not censor material. They are free to work somewhere else if they have a problem with something the company produces.

Netflix’s organizational culture appears to have changed partly due to the backlash the streaming giant received from woke employees last year over its Dave Chappelle special, which the employees said was transphobic.

Even if staff believe the content is “damaging,” the amended Netflix Culture memo contains a new section called “Artistic Expression,” which emphasizes that it would not “ban certain artists or viewpoints.”

“If you find it difficult to support our content breadth, Netflix may not be the best place for you,” the memo continues, adding that employees may be forced to work on projects they “perceive to be harmful” and that if they have a difficult time accepting their work assignment, they should look for work elsewhere because the company will not bend to pressure.

“Good move by @netflix,” Musk tweeted on Sunday in response to the news.

“The currents are shifting,” said Vivek Ramaswamy, a businessman. “Netflix claims to stand for artistic expression and that employees who don’t want to work on offensive content can find work elsewhere. They also allegedly dismissed the employee who organized the transgender ‘walkout’ earlier this year.”

“Turns out the blue-haired screamers are wrong, and capitalism is right,” wrote Robert J. O’Neill, the US Navy SEAL who killed Osama bin Laden.

Other noteworthy answers were:

“We should call this ‘The Disney Effect,'” says writer Christopher F. Rufo.

“DeSantis standing up to Disney’s (and the media’s) lies about Florida’s parental rights bill is having all sorts of beneficial ramifications,” says political expert Rita Panahi.

“Finally‚Ķ better late than never @netflix,” says political journalist Piers Morgan.
“Netflix gets genuine,” says venture entrepreneur David Sacks.

“Common sense is coming back at Netflix,” says human rights activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali.

“Go Woke, Go Broke,” says professor Nick V. Flor.

According to the new section, the company supports “the artistic expression of the creators we choose to work with,” and “we let viewers decide what’s appropriate for them, rather than having Netflix censor specific artists or voices,” according to the news section.



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