Netflix recently updated its corporate culture code by adding a section called "artistic expression".
The post reads: "not everyone likes or agrees with all the content provided by our services." We will let the audience decide what is right for them, instead of letting Nafei examine specific artists or voices. "
The code says: "as employers, we support the principle that Netflix provides a variety of stories, even if we believe that some content is contrary to our own personal values. Depending on your responsibilities, you may need to produce content that you think is harmful. If you think it's hard to agree with the breadth of our content, Netflix may not be your ideal employer. "
Netflix's policy change comes at a time when the platform is experiencing a record loss of subscribers. The company blames this on increased competition, account sharing, inflation and other factors.
Since Musk announced last month that he would buy Twitter for $44 billion, hoping to make it a paradise for free speech, his views on content censorship have attracted more and more attention.