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Ex Blizzard Employee Explains Why He’s Boycotting Blizzard

The ongoing protests in Hong Kong started off as a fairly localized fight for democracy and freedom, but quickly grew into a full-blown battle between people, companies, and governments. First there was Daryl Morey, who posted a pro-democratic tweet in support for Hong Kong, getting the Houston Rockets practically deleted and having NBA games canceled in China. Then there was South Park with their “Band in China” episode, criticizing the country for its ludicrous censorship laws.

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