The Culture of Sexism at Riot Games, the Fight Against Uber, and 'People You May Know'

Illustration: Chelsea Beck

Last week, Kotaku’s Cecilia D’Anastasio reported on the culture of sexism at Riot Games after speaking with several current and former employees about the “bro culture” and sexism experienced by many at the company behind League of Legends.

Gizmodo’s Kashmir Hill and Surya Mattu wrote “Facebook Wanted Us to Kill This Investigative Tool”, a follow up to their investigation last year into Facebook’s ‘People You May Know’ tool. Their work has since been covered by the New York Times, The Washington Post, Nieman Lab and more.

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Ryan Felton investigates “How New York Became the Center of the Fight Against Uber and the Gig Economy Lie” for Jalopnik.

Bonus: Check out some of our 2018 summer interns’ best work all in one place here:

Our team also published a lot of other important and compelling journalism, and below is a round-up of just some of the best feature stories published across the Kinja network during the past week.


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And an old classic:

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Mariana Garces

Communications Coordinator at Fusion Media Group