Gamergate Protests E3 Expo Leak Even as It Stands to Gain the Most from It

The confidential data of more than 2,000 journalists had reportedly been publicly accessible through the E3 expo site for quite some time, with the ESA only acting very late to remove it. This major data breach was first spotted by Sophia Narwitz — a clandestine video game reporter of sorts on YouTube — but what the circumstances of this discovery largely…

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A. Khaled

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Internet culture scribe with an interest in the digital economy, content creators, media and politics.

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