PC Gamer writes, "Internal company memos and public statements paint a confusing picture of Activision Blizzard's stance."
Probably both. It’s like bill cosby, the first couple are probably true, the next 30 are probably looking for easy money. They just need to ask themselves “what would China do?”
China would hang the leaders, vanish the accused and accusers then move on.
Release a bio-weapon that ruins half the world in tandem with incompetent if not malevolent governments? What do I win?
You win a great reset.
Flip a coin.
the truth is usually somewhere in the middle of these type of things
They know and knew and will know. Usually the higher up the chain the sleazier the people.
You've never worked in a call center.
I have, unfortunately.
Purge the executives and Kotick and dump them into the Pacific Ocean
If the allegations are gaining this much steam, it's disturbing. And disturbing as in waiting until there's legal action to act like it's something that needs to be fixed instead of taking care of the issues as they were occuring. This is just PR trying to save face, salvage, and justify the whole situation instead of actually going after the root issue - money. As long as the bottom line goes up, and profits are there, the people complaining are just a number to be rotated out for someone new to come in. Want to hit their pockets real good? Boycott. Do you have to have your yearly CoD fix? Buy used.
Handful of disturbing incidents that people claim to accumulate a "frat bro culture" which is probably meritless since some of the claims are old and most of the accused were dealt with as far as I read. Don't really care either way since I ain't a fan of Activision Blizzard in any way.
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