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Sexism and The Witcher 3: What the Polygon Article Got Wrong


In what appears to be a customary routine with every new game release, I find myself having to attempt to address and dispel seemingly absurd claims regarding the nature of The Witcher 3’s content. CD Project Red, developers of this gorgeous, new role-playing epic, received some unexpected flak from Polygon, where journalist and editor Arthur Gies criticized the game for allegedly ...

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Google begins to remove search results following controversial ruling


Google has begun to remove search results that relate to particular individuals. The action by the search engine comes after a controversial ruling from the European Union Court of Justice. The Court ruled that Google had to change its search results that were irrelevant or outdated at the request of ordinary people. The ruling was described by EU Justice Commissioner ...

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