"Grayson never reviewed Depression Quest, nor did anyone else at Kotaku. "
Except that, in GamerGate, the journalist in question never reviewed the game, which itself was never reviewed in the publication in question. Thus, the entire GamerGate "controversy" was built on lies told by the GamerGate hashtaggers.
was originally developed by the US Government, and is still supported financially by the US Government?
"Few", or "almost none"?
Because the local sand was the wrong type for sandbags...
Generating a secure one time use token for any credit card that is stored?
Why are people getting so excited?
Well, at least a non-malformed link.
your medical bills are higher than they would have been if you didn't have an airbag
True, dead people don't have very high medical bills...
Crazed shooters are totally our thing.
has had this one on the shelf, without disclosing it?
That would have been an excellent idea about 10-15 years ago. Lots of people thought that splitting it into MS Applications (Word, Excel, etc.) and MS OS (Windows, etc.) would have been a great thing all the way around.
Time for a Second amendment solution.
His First Amendment rights weren't violated at all, since his firing was related to what one company said about him to another. The First Amendment applies to being censored by the government.
He might have a defamation case.
Many in the Internet community have officially called baloney [that's a technical term] on the government’s claims, and these latest apparently contradictory revelations from the government are likely to fuel speculation that the government is trying to explain away some not-so-by-the-book investigative methods.
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