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  • Netflix prepares to exit Georgia to show its values
  • Netflix prepares to exit Georgia to show its values
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Netflix prepares to exit Georgia to show its values

Netflix has threatened to reconsider its investment in the state of Georgia due to its legal attempt to restrict abortion rights. As people want brands to share their values, boycotts over polarizing issues have become a way to take a meaningful stand and win over new audiences.

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