Intel pulls ads from Gamasutra. Sites "shifts in editorial positioning"
So it looks like corruption in journalism isn't a good thing after all. Here we see one of the sites involved with a huge secret email list used for determining what to publish and what not to publish suffering some consequences of their corrupt actions. Feels good man. Hopefully this is the first domino in a chain of consequences being dealt out to all those involved.
The next thing I would like to see is some heads rolling. People on the corruption list need to be replaced in order for healing in this industry to begin. Anyway, this is a huge victory for gamers who have been taking the business end of this for a long time.