to me Bloomberg, a number of PlayStation employees are “outraged” about an email CEO Jim Ryan sent today, urging employees to “respect differing opinions” when it comes to abortion rights. A recent leak from the United States Supreme Court sheds light on the issue sharply, after a proposal emerged to overturn a landmark case from 1973, which eventually legalized abortion nationwide.
The email, which was seen by journalist Jason Schreyer but not fully republished online, said the company is “multifaceted and diverse, with many different viewpoints” and that we “owe it to each other and the millions of PlayStation users to respect the difference of opinion among everyone in our internal and external communities.” .
The message continues: “Respect does not mean agreement. But it is fundamental to who we are as a company and as a global brand of value.” Oddly enough, according to Bloomberg, Ryan then went on to “share something light-hearted to help inspire everyone to be conscious of balance,” including a story about his pet cats’ birthdays and his desire to own a dog someday.
In his report, Schreyer explains that employees at “many” of PlayStation’s in-house studios were unhappy with the email, with one noting that they had “never been so angry about a cat birthday before.” In stark contrast, Bungie – Sony developer planning acquisition by the end of the year – He made a public statement last weekShe emphasized that “defending the choice of childbearing and freedom is not a difficult decision.”
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