After Gawker’s comment abuse debate, should more organizations hash out arguments in public?

The Gawker Media blog Jezebel called out its parent company in a post about comments with images of violent pornography in them. The tactic worked.

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For months, an individual or individuals has been using anonymous, untraceable burner accounts to post gifs of violent pornography in the discussion section of stories on Jezebel …In refusing to address the problem, Gawker’s leadership is prioritizing theoretical anonymous tipsters over a very real and immediate threat to the mental health of Jezebel‘s staff and readers.

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