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  1. [Updated] Did You Miss Anita Sarkeesian Talking Gamergate On Colbert? We’ve Got The Video For You.

    That happened.

    Creator of Feminist Frequency Anita Sarkeesian surprised us late Wednesday by tweeting this photo of herself sitting at the famous desk of The Colbert Report. Sure enough, just a few hours later she sat with Stephen Colbert himself to discuss the Gamergate movement and online harassment. And The Mary Sue has the video in case you missed it.

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  2. [UPDATED] HOLY FEMINIST FREQUENCY, BATMAN! Anita Sarkeesian is Going to Be On The Colbert Report TONIGHT!

    Anita Sarkeesian, the woman behind Feminist Frequency just tweeted this and I think I may cry I'm so happy.

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  3. Woman Who Featured In Street Harassment Video Receives Online Rape Threats

    Oblivious, thy name is man.

    Yesterday Hollaback, a nonprofit advocating to end street harassment, published a recording of the 100-plus unwanted comments received by actress Shoshanna Roberts during a ten-hour span. The video quickly went viral, receiving over a million views and 27,000 comments in less than a day, as well as its fair share of criticism--Bad Feminist author Roxanne Gay had some reservations. Unfortunately, scum-of-the-Earth asshats did as well.

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  4. Newsweek Drills Down on Percentage of #GamerGate Tweets to Developers Rather Than Journalists, Results Are Predictable

    Predictable by an order of magnitude.

    "The Twitter frameworks show I've BLOCKED more users than Newsweek says sent me negative messages," said Brianna Wu.

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  5. “Actually, It’s About Ethics In Games Journalism” Meme Gives GamerGate The Respect It Deserves

    ACTUALLY IT'S ABOUT ETHICS

    GamerGate is misogynist harassment hiding behind a thinly-veiled cry for "ethics!", and anyone wanting a real discussion about ethical problems in games journalism should have removed themselves from the hashtag weeks ago. Or, you know, started questioning huge companies instead of female indie devs. As we mentioned on Friday in our last roundup, the Tumblr Actually, It's About Ethics In Games Journalism recognizes the preposterousness of the GamerGate mantra, and made it into a wonderful meme.

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  6. Gamergate Roundup: IGN & Occupy Wall Street Comment On GG, Internet Makes Hella Memes

    Someday we won't have to do these anymore. Hooray.

    Every morning I wake up and forget, just for an instant, that Gamergate is even a thing. It's consistently been the best part of my day for a week now. Alas, the "movement" is still trucking, so here's (some of, since it's churning out faster than we can write it up) what you missed if you're not on Twitter all day and don't have to subject yourself to this news on a constant basis.

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  7. Felicia Day Wrote One Blog Post On Gamergate, Was Doxxed Within An Hour

    By my pretty floral bonnet, I will end you.

    I wish I could say I was surprised.

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  8. Adobe, Mercedes-Benz are Latest to Pull Ads at the Behest of GamerGate

    -_-

    You might be wondering what kind of doublespeak inanity is going on when tech giant Adobe's announcement that they're acquiescing to GamerGate requests is accompanied by an anti-bullying graphic, so allow us to explain. It's a series of unfortunate events.

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  9. UK Lawmaker Proposes Maximum Two-Year Prison Sentence for Online Trolling

    An appropriate follow-up to all the GamerGate crap that just won't die—and CelebGate—man, it's just been a really bad few months, hasn't it?—if one UK lawmaker has his way, engaging in online harassment could land you in prison for up to two years.

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  10. Google Finally Gets Off Its Butt And Starts Removing Links To Jennifer Lawrence’s Nudes

    Don't be evil.

    Jeez, it took them long enough.

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