The publishers will only be working with Massive for ads within Xbox 360 and PC versions of games, and not those for any other platforms.
PS3 or Wii anyone?
EA I expected to be there, I'm not to terribly surprised that Activision is on it, but I am really disappointed in THQ for being on that list.
Another thing to consider on sexual offenses are messy divorces where one parent accuses the other to gain custody, I knew someone who took nearly a decade to clear his name after his psychotic ex-wife accused him of molestation to win the kids (and the support payments she was really after).
The last thing I see as a major issue here is that they will attack the ones we have no problem depriving of their rights first, and when we let them do it to them they will eventually move on to us.
At the same time, the self-esteem and all-must-have-prizes philosophies that now pervade much of education have convinced everybody that they deserve to walk right into their dream job, just because they've done nothing more than show up for class and turn in assignments most of the time.
I knew this was a problem when I started seeing "participation" trophies for kids. Translation, you're a loser, but we need to spare your feelings rather than encourage you to do better next time. Is there any wonder that our jobs are all going overseas? Not only is the work cheaper there, but employees actually think they need to earn their keep rather than just have it handed to them.