Wikipedia bans five editors from gender-related articles

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Read the embedded article on the seemingly backward response from Wikipedia on the formulated attacks by GamerGate editors: http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2015/jan/23/wikipedia-bans-editors-from-gender-related-articles-amid-gamergate-controversy

There have been some questions about the facts in the follow article. This link has a good breakdown on what is and is not going on: https://eudaimonaiaclaughter.wordpress.com/2015/01/25/247/

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Under the guise of pushing for journalistic reform and anti-censorship in gaming, GamerGate has targeted prominent women critics and designers like Sarkeesian, Zoe Quinn, Brianna Wu and Leigh Alexander with a relentless campaign of threats and harassment.” —Rolling Stone Magazine

Gamergate targets launch anti-harassment network

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Read the embedded article by Alex Hern about Zoe Quinn’s and Alex Lifschitz’s Crash Override Network, a anti-harassment organization supporting victims of GamerGate and online abuse:
http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2015/jan/19/gamergate-harassment-network-crash-override-zoe-quinn

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Under the guise of pushing for journalistic reform and anti-censorship in gaming, GamerGate has targeted prominent women critics and designers like Sarkeesian, Zoe Quinn, Brianna Wu and Leigh Alexander with a relentless campaign of threats and harassment.” —Rolling Stone Magazine

Felicia Day’s public details put online after she described GamerGate fears

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Read the embedded article on GamerGate’s attack on Felicia Day, or open the page in a separate window:
http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/oct/23/felicia-days-public-details-online-gamergate

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