Harman smiths's edit
But who cares about censorship in games journalism?
A big part of what makes Gamgergate what it is the sheer. unrelenting backlash towards the idea that anyone would dare question certain figures in the industry. We're not talking about world politics, here. We're talking about video games and how figures in the industry are seen by the public. It does not matter whether it concerns video games: If people have good reason to be concerned, they should be allowed to talk about it publicly. That has not been the case in Gamergate. Information about the controversy has been outright supressed by the media in order to suit their own goals. It is absolutely a practice that should warrant concern from the public, and not just from the gaming community.
This doesn't seem neutral at all to me, guys... should I try and make this part seem a bit less inflammatory?
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