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Netflix Reportedly Tells Staff To Quit If They Are Offended By Content

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Netflix seemingly tells its employees to quit if they are offended by content. Founded in 1997, Netflix has transformed from a simple mail-order DVD service to the premiere standard of streaming, as the company revolutionized the industry.

Many others have raced to catch up with it as Disney+, HBO Max, Peacock, Paramount+, and more have been created to take a part of the streaming pie.

The streaming juggernaut has been all over the news for the past month, but not for good reasons. Netflix saw its first decrease in subscribers in ten years, and the cascade of press from that forced them to cut back and cancel a large number of programs.

Netflix blamed it on password sharing, which it intends to crack down on, but after a series of massively over budget misfires like the $200 million season of Jupiter's Legacy, which was canceled after one season, or the massive output of one original film per week, Netflix has been building debt for years.

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