Recommended Reading: Gamergate

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It’s hard to believe that GamerGate is still going strong, even as media coverage of the so-called consumer rights movement becomes increasingly damning and gaming sites and trade groups move to distance themselves from it.

You can find all of our previous GamerGate coverage here, including background information for those lucky few who have remained ignorant of the harassment campaigns and origins of the movement. But because new “ops” are continuously being planned, and new information is coming to light day by day, (and because I’m supposed to be working on other things), I’ve collected some of the latest developments for you below. In the main, these links focus on revealing connections between GamerGate and Men’s Rights Activists and some of the popular tactics of the movement.

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  1. Not a single mention of the three women (who are also GamerGate supporters) who were on HuffPo. Why?