Elon Musk joined the chorus of voices congratulating Netflix for its recent pro-free speech stance, as evidenced by a memo the entertainment giant sent to employees.
"Good move by Netflix," Musk tweeted Sunday.
Netflix's memo follows severe financial pressure for the company, whose stocks plummeted last month. At the time, Musk blamed the "woke mind virus" for Netflix's slow implosion.
According to the Daily Wire, "the updated Netflix Culture memo includes a new section called 'Artistic Expression' that states that it will not 'censor specific artists or voices' even if employees consider the content to be harmful.'"
Netflix said employees must be prepared to work with projects and content that may not personally appeal to them. If they can't accept that, employees should find work elsewhere, the memo states.
The company has reportedly relieved the individual responsible for organizing a company walkout to protest a Dave Chapelle special.