Following the United States Supreme Court ruling that overturned abortion rights in several states in the country that decided to comply, several entertainment companies took a stand.
Disney, Netflix, Warner Bros., Sony, Meta, Paramount and ComcastAmong others, they said they would pay for the travel of their employees, who need to travel to other states to abort their pregnancies, if they wish to do so.
According to a publication by Variety, the above companies said they are committed to the health of employees, including those focused on Family planning And reproductive care.
It is essential to understand that, in the United States, states have the power to establish their own laws locally, independently of Supreme Court decisions.
So, while 13 states have sided with declaring abortion a crime, another 16 states continue to guarantee the right to a safe abortion.
Apart from entertainment companies, many artists of the country also took a stand against this decision, such as Kendrick Lamar, Billie Eilish, Cindy Lauper and others.
Netflix faces instability at Stranger Things premiere
In the early hours of last Friday (1), Netflix encountered a instability problem and was down for a few minutes, and is on the ‘fault’ chain stranger things.
It turns out that the platform server didn’t handle it too many hits From fans who wanted to see the finale of the fourth season of the show; The final episodes were released this morning only.
Some of the information published by global monitoring website Downdetector.com states that around 13,000 complaints were filed by various users of the platform who were dissatisfied with the issue. netflix took over Half Hour to resolve the issue.
Despite the setback, the position is still seen as another record for the series, which has also been voted No. 1 in the English language of streaming.
two episodes released arrived in Brazil at 4 am and is considered greater than the eighth house 1h25min Durationand the ninth remains 2h30min,
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