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The Woman Targeted by Gamergate on Surviving a World-Altering Trolling Attack
Zoë Quinn spent much of her life playing and designing games. Then she found herself inside one – a vicious, multiplayer real-time harassment bonanza.
Gamers Target Woman on Social Media Over New Video Game
They were mad about the poorly animated facial expressions in the new
Mass Effect: Andromeda.
Gamergate May Have Just Won Its Most Disgraceful Scalp Yet (Updated)
A young Nintendo employee just lost her job, likely due to her undergraduate thesis and an intense online harassment campaign from Gamergate.
SXSW Responds to Backlash With Daylong Harassment Summit
“Earlier this week we made a mistake.”
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Shaking Off the Haters Won’t Solve Online Harassment
It’s my strategy, but it only works because I’m lucky.
‘Alex From Target’ and the Mess of Uncontrollable Fame
What Alex has in common with Zoe Quinn.
Explaining the Roots of Gamer Rage
Who gets to call himself a “gamer”?
New Data Can Explain the Gamergate Nightmare on Twitter
Lots of accounts have been set up just to discuss this issue, and it hasn’t led to an enlightened conversation.
It’s Not Censorship to Ignore You
Gamergate exemplifies anti-feminist free-speech paranoia.
Gamergate Should Stop Lying to Journalists — and Itself
This is about the influence of feminism and progressivism in gaming, and the sooner Gamergate can admit that, the sooner we can have a semi-functional debate.
Gamergate’s Silver Lining
There is one — if you dig deeply enough.
Feminist Video-Game Critic Received Death Threats
It’s not the first time.
Allison P. Davis