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|2015:||January • February • March • April • May • June • July • August • September • October • November • December|
|2016:||January • February • March|
7 March 2016
- The Hulk Hogan vs. Gawker court case begins. Gawker's founder and managing editor, Nick Denton, is among Gawker's defendants.
12 March 2016
- The GamerGate Wiki is finally revived after long periods of inactivity due to reasons beyound our control.
14 March 2016
- SXSW's director, Hugh Forrest, urges Mercedes Carrera to delete tweets and a video criticizing Randi Harper and the Online Harrassment Summit panel.
15 March 2016
- Mercedes Carrera refuses to self-censor and resigns from the SXSW SavePoint panel.
- The pro-GamerGate SXSW SavePoint panel proceeds as planned and runs without incident. Lynn Walsh, Nick Robalik, and Perry Jones host and discuss topics related to ethics in journalism and gaming journalism.
16 March 2016
- Independent game developer duo Digital Homicide files a lawsuit against Jim Sterling for reasons of assault, libel, and slander.
- GamerGate is featured in an episode of Syfy's "The Internet Ruined My Life". The episode focuses on Brianna Wu's interpretation of events and the official episode description [falsely] states that "The sole purpose of [GamerGate] is to harass female gamers and other women who work in the video industry."
18 March 2016
- The jury of the Hulk Hogan v. Gawker lawsuit rules that Gawker was in violation of Hogan's privacy by publishing his sex tape and must award Hogan $115M in damages.
19 March 2016
- Emboldened by the verdict of the Hogan trial, GamerGate revitalizes Operation Disrespectful Nod.
21 March 2016
- The Hogan v. Gawker jury awards Hogan an additional $25M in punitive damages, bringing Gawker's owed total to an approximate $140M.