MIT discussion about online harassment

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Listen to the embedded audio of an MIT discussion about online harassment between Brianna Wu and Danielle Keats Citron:
http://boingboing.net/2015/05/08/listen-mit-discussion-about-o.html

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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

Randi Harper: OAPI Wishlist

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Read the embedded blog post by Randi Harper on the current standing of OAPI (Online Abuse Prevention Initiative), and the kind of help and support they are looking for as they move forward: http://blog.randi.io/2015/05/10/oapi-wishlist/

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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

Enlisting Bystanders to Fight Online Abuse

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Read the embedded NYT Op-ed supporting tools that fight online harassment, including GGAutoblocker:
http://www.nytimes.com/2015/05/02/opinion/enlisting-bystanders-to-fight-online-abuse.html

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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

Zoe Quinn and Others Address Online Stalking and Harassment at Congressional Briefing

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Read the embedded post about the Congressional Briefing on Cyberstalking, on which Zoe Quinn was one of many panelists:
http://www.samanthablackmon.net/notyourmamasgamer/?p=7627

https://youtu.be/Gj-UXfUdeBA

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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

Twitter executive: Here’s how we’re trying to stop abuse while preserving free speech

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Read the embedded Op-Ed by Vijaya Gadde, general counsel of Twitter, on how the platform is taking steps to prevent online abuse, including the mention of sockpuppets (and specifically their use by Gamergate):
http://www.washingtonpost.com/posteverything/wp/2015/04/16/twitter-executive-heres-how-were-trying-to-stop-abuse-while-preserving-free-speech/

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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

FLOSS Weekly 331

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Watch the embedded video of  episode 331 of FLOSS Weekly, with special guest Randi Harper talking about Online Abuse Prevention Initiative:
http://twit.tv/show/floss-weekly/331

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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

Randi Harper: Tales from the Trenches: I was SWATed

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Read the embedded blog post by Randi Harper detailing her experience being SWATed, and how she avoided a more dangerous experience (and you can too): http://blog.randi.io/2015/04/03/swated/

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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’s Next Target Is The Tech Industry: Are We Ready?

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Read the embedded article from Model View Culture about Gamergate’s expansion from medium to technology in general:
https://modelviewculture.com/news/gamergates-next-target-is-the-tech-industry-are-we-ready

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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

Online Isn’t The “Real World”—And Other Dangerous Lies

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Read the online op-ed by Chris Kluwe on the realities of online harassment, and what could and should happen next:
http://www.ravishly.com/2015/03/27/online-isnt-real-world%E2%80%94and-other-dangerous-lies

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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

Q&A With The Congresswoman Taking On Gamergate

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Read the Embedded Q&A with Congresswoman Katherine Clark on her push to get law enforcement to better respond to online threats and abuse: http://techcrunch.com/2015/03/13/qa-with-the-congresswoman-taking-on-gamergate

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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