PlayStation, Oculus Pull Out Of GDC Due To Coronavirus

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Looks like Corona-chan’s deadly allure is starting to affect Western events. After Sony pulled out of PAX East citing coronavirus, both Sony and Facebook’s Oculus division also pulled out of the Game Developers Conference set to take place in March, also citing the coronavirus. Continue reading “PlayStation, Oculus Pull Out Of GDC Due To Coronavirus”

Palmer Luckey, Oculus Co-Founder Departs Facebook Following Media Smear

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After media outlets aligned with former Presidential hopeful, Hillary Clinton, organized a smear campaign against Oculus co-founder Palmer Luckey back in September, 2016, the techno-guru mostly disappeared from the public eye. Gizmodo attempted to start a harassment campaign against him and his then girlfriend – a supporter of #GamerGate and current President of the United States, Donald Trump– but she ended up deleting her Twitter account to avoid harassment. Well, now that the dust has settled, Luckey is now officially departing from Facebook according to the latest reports. Continue reading “Palmer Luckey, Oculus Co-Founder Departs Facebook Following Media Smear”

Gizmodo Attacking #GamerGate Supporter Was Not Ethical, According To SPJ President

A Twitter user directly reached out to the new president of the Society of Professional Journalists, Lynn Walsh, asking about whether or not it was ethical for a site like Gizmodo to drag Palmer Luckey’s girlfriend – a proponent for ethics in journalism and a #GamerGate supporter – into a story where they smeared Luckey for funding a troll PAC. Walsh simply replied that bringing in family and friends to a story that has nothing to do with them is not ethical. Continue reading “Gizmodo Attacking #GamerGate Supporter Was Not Ethical, According To SPJ President”