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California Authorities Sue Activision Blizzard Over Alleged Sexual Harassment and Unequal Pay

1 month ago   |   By Hypebeast

The Department of Fair Employment and Housing in California has filed a new lawsuit against Call of Duty and World of Warcraft developer Activision Blizzard over alleged sexual harassment and gender discrimination. According to the BBC , the regulatory body has alleged that the gaming studio has promulgated toxic work culture, enabling its male staff to do things such as play video games during work hours and delegating work to female employees, discuss sexual encounters in the office, arrive to work late and with a hangover, and even joke about rape. "Female employees almost universally...
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