A month ago, Georgia's controversial abortion law was facing some very vocal opposition, both in the United States and in Canada, as people decry the loss of women's rights.\nRecently, Netflix spoke up about their position on the ban, indicating that they may begin to pull productions from filming in Georgia out of respect for their female staff.\nWhile the legislation has not yet been implemented, so far these claims are just threats, but they've certainly not fallen on deaf ears, and some Americans are now threatening Netflix right back.\nIn fact, several people have already indicated that they have cancelled their Netflix subscription in an effort to show the company they disagree with their "pro-choice" stance.\nNetflix chief Ted Sarandos issued a statement that was first published by Variety, that indicated Netflix will be working with the ACLU to fight the anti-choice bill in court.\nOver the past couple of days, countless American Twitter users have started to express their feelings about Netflix's stance.\nDear @Netflix #IAmProLife pic.twitter.com/vyaJeSYpOi— Camilla Gunnarson (@CamillaGunnar) May 30, 2019\nBeen a @netflix subscriber for years. Threatening Georgia over abortion is the dumbest thing to do. You are a business and your job is to make me want to give you my money. I've cancelled my service today and I hope more ppl do #abortnetflix— FireResistant Podcast (@_fireresistant) May 29, 2019\nI enjoy @netflix but there’s literally nothing on there I can’t live without. I’m totally happy to “rethink” my investment as well. It’s a two way street, friends! https://t.co/LO3lYTKnN4— Kira (@RealKiraDavis) May 29, 2019\n@netflix #IAmProLife and I cancelled my subscription today.— Tatianamilar (@tatianamilar) May 30, 2019\nMany have begun screengrabbing their cancellation screens where they indicate the reason for their cancellation is, in fact, their anti-choice stance when it comes to safe, legal abortions.\nMany other production companies have also decided to pull their financial weight out of the State because of the bill, including Amazon Studios and, most recently, Disney.\nI just cancelled my Netflix account due to its support of abortion. Who's with me? pic.twitter.com/k7JdCH6Cpd— Sneaker's Corner (@Politico_view) May 29, 2019\nDear @Netflix #IAmProLife and I have canceled my subscription with your company— Stefano Gennarini (@prolifeadvocate) May 30, 2019\nWorks both ways, @netflix. Will gladly cancel my account.— Lisa Boothe (@LisaMarieBoothe) May 28, 2019\nAccording to The Verge, Disney filmed Black Panther, Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War all in Georgia, which amounted to nearly 2.7 billion dollars spent in the state in 2017.\nThis indicates that Georgia has a lot to lose by allowing this controversial bill to make it through to legislation, particularly as so many massive production companies have already taken a stance against it.\nNonetheless, Netflix subscribers are hoping their cancellations will also send a message back to these production companies, thus the tweeting about ending their subscriptions.\nSorry NetFlix. I’ve just cancelled my subscription. I hope you rethink your foolish decision. You just pissed off 50% of your customer base. Smart move! #boycottnetflix— Bret Deardorff (@Girlsdadx3) May 29, 2019\nYes! @netflix, #IAmProLife too, and cancelled my subscription yesterday. https://t.co/xMqajRtkSk— Michael Estrada (@papamike95) May 30, 2019\nWon’t it be great if every pro-life person on this platform can tell @Netflix #IAmProLife.— Obianuju Ekeocha (@obianuju) May 29, 2019\nThe controversial Georgia bill would make abortion illegal after the presence of a fetus' heartbeat, which can be found as early a six weeks.\nThis timeframe is particularly problematic as many women can go those six weeks without knowing they are even pregnant yet, and some pregnancy tests won't alert to a pregnancy hormone until well after three weeks of conception.