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| U.S. Congress Rebukes Blizzard - briefly|
|(patriot) 11:50 AM CEST - Oct,19 2019 |
The Washington Post reports on a letter sent to Activision CEO Bobby Kotick
criticizing the company's recent
punishment of Ng 'blitzchung' Wai Chung for speaking out about Hong Kong
after a Hearthstone tournament. This is written by Marco Rubio (R-FL) and
Ron Wyden (D-OR) and co-signed by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), Mike
Gallagher (R-WI), and Tom Malinowski (D-NJ), in a rare act of crossing the
aisle. There's an image of the letter
on Reddit and the text is reproduced on
to express our deep concern about Activision Blizzard's decision to make player
Ng Wai Chung forfeit prize money and ban him from participating in tournaments
for a year after he voiced support for pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong. This
decision is particularly concerning in light of the Chinese government's growing
appetite for pressuring American businesses to help stifle free speech.
Activision Blizzard benefits from China's growing market for esports, along with
an investment from Tencent, one of China's largest technology firms. As you and
your company are no doubt aware, the Chinese government uses the size and
strength of its economy to suppress opinions with which it disagrees. Last week
alone, the Chinese government targeted Apple for hosting an app to help peaceful
demonstrators evade repression and the National Basketball Association because
one team's general manager tweeted in support of Hong Kong protests.
Your company claims to stand by "one's right to express individual thoughts and
opinions," yet many of your own employees believe that Activision Blizzard's
decision to punish Mr. Chung runs counter to those values. Because your company
is such of pillar of the gaming industry, your disappointing decision could have
a chilling effect on gamers who seek to use their platform to promote human
rights and basic freedoms. Indeed, many gamers around the world have taken
notice your company's actions, understandably calling for boycotts of Activision
Blizzard gaming sites.
As China amplifies its campaign of intimidation, you and your company must
decide whether to look beyond the bottom line and promote American values --
like freedom of speech and thought -- or to give in to Beijing's demands in
order to preserve market access. We urge you in the strongest possible terms to
reconsider your decision with respect to Mr. Chung. You have the opportunity to
reverse course. We urge you to take it.
|Csimbi||(01:32 PM CEST - Oct,19 2019 )|
|Wow. I didn't think they had it in them - pretty good considering Trump.|
|gx-x||(01:36 PM CEST - Oct,19 2019 )|
|While I agree about free speech points, I don't agree with China pressuring US companies to suppress it. It is the said companies that went to China to make more money, not the other way around. If either party doesn't like it (we are talking about a lot of money here) they are free to stop dealing with each other. In this case, US companies are free to disengage from commerce with China, because China wont stop telling them to suppress certain speech if they want access to their market.
As China amplifies its campaign of intimidation, you and your company must decide whether to look beyond the bottom line and promote American values -- like freedom of speech and thought -- or to give in to Beijing's demands in order to preserve market access. We urge you in the strongest possible terms to reconsider your decision with respect to Mr. Chung. You have the opportunity to reverse course. We urge you to take it.
Yea, stop making us look bad, we, the government (individuals from the government) have no stake in it, so go and stop making more money for yourself. We (the government. and individuals in it) will keep selling billions of dollars worth of weapons to the Middle East to fuel the perpetual war and misery. That's moral.
|Csimbi||(01:40 PM CEST - Oct,19 2019 )|
|US does not negotiate with terrorists.
Why would it bend over backwards to wannabe tyrants?
|gx-x||(02:02 PM CEST - Oct,19 2019 )|
|who goes around the world with aircraft carriers, solders, imposes sanctions and tariffs if you don't think like they do? Who funds "moderate rebels" and "freedom groups" ?
China of course.
|Csimbi||(02:26 PM CEST - Oct,19 2019 )|
|Oh, sorry. My mistake. :P|