Continued Turmoil at Activision Blizzard —

It has been a revealing week at Activision Blizzard. Here are some additional facts we’ve learned this week from reputable sources. Activision Blizzard Hires a Union-Busting Law Firm. Via Kotaku Activision IT Employee Filmed Coworkers in the Bathroom. Via Vice Blizzard Hiring Reps Asked Cyber Security Prospect if She “Liked Being Penetrated” and Other Misogynistic […]

Continued Turmoil at Activision Blizzard —

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