"If you don't agree with Netflix's content choices, you can always work elsewhere."

This is essentially the message sent to its employees by the streaming service, through a new memo on the culture of the company.

Company officials spell out the “Netflixian” philosophy, and in a section titled “Artistic Expression,” we learn that the service refuses to censor certain “artists or voices,” even if employees consider them “harmful.”

“As employees, we support the principle that Netflix offers a diversity of stories, even if we find some titles contrary to our personal values.

Depending on your role, you may be required to work on titles that you perceive as harmful.

If you find it hard to support the diversity of our content, Netflix may not be the best place for you.

“, can we read in this memo relayed by



Constant support

This memo has the merit of detailing and confirming an editorial decision that Netflix has already been applying for a long time: during the controversy surrounding Dave Chappelle and his statements deemed transphobic in his show

The Closer

, the streaming service had supported at all costs the comic, taking the risk of alienating certain employees who supported the rights of transgender people.

A few months later, as


reports , an employee was also fired from Netflix for sharing reports that the company paid more for the controversial show than for the rights to the Korean series

Squid Game

. one of his biggest hits.

It remains to be seen what will happen to the employee who leaked this memo before it was even official…

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