Following massive backlash to Tripwire CEO John Gibson's controversial statement in favor of Texas' anti-abortion law, the studio has announced that the executive will be stepping down from his role.
Following massive backlash from users of Xbox Live Gold, Microsoft has backpedaled on its decision to increase the program's price. Free-to-play games will not require a Gold subscription either.
Apple recently stated that the Amphetamine app for Mac would be removed from the App Store for being named after a drug and featuring a pill icon. Now, the company has reversed its stance.
EA is facing backlash for adding in-game commercials for Amazon's The Boys in UFC 4. The company has now removed the ads and apologized for not communicating changes to players ahead of time.
After receiving news that highly-anticipated AAA title Metro Exodus is skipping Steam just a few days prior to launch, hordes of angry gamers have review-bombed other Metro games on Steam in protest.
Following negative comments from users, Microsoft has reversed its controversial move discouraging consumers from installing third-party browsers on Windows 10, as evidenced in Windows 10 build 17760.
Sony is currently facing a lot of backlash for blocking cross-play and progression between the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. Owners of both consoles can't sync their purchases as well.
Valve has got itself into hot water for allowing a game, which allows you to "hunt and destroy" children in a school-shooting, on Steam. The developer says not to take the title too "seriously".
Mozilla has addressed the Mr. Robot game, again, which it deployed in some users' browsers without consent. It has set out some guidelines to ensure this sort of gaffe never happens again.
American YouTuber Logan Paul is receiving backlash for publishing an insensitive video featuring an apparent suicide victim in Japan's Aokigahara forest. The vlogger has already apologized.
It appears that the TouchPal keyboard app, which comes pre-installed on many Android devices - primarily HTC's - has suddenly started to show advertisements, leading to online backlash.
On Sunday, 16 April, a man was killed in Cleveland. His murderer uploaded a video of the crime to Facebook, where it was shared thousands of times. Facebook has faced strong criticism as a result.
Apple has recently come under fire from authorities, as well as the public in New Zealand, for selling products worth $4.2 billion NZD in the country, and yet paying no local taxes.
Google claims that - contrary to recent claims - there was never a 'Palestine' on its Maps to be removed in the first place. However, another glitch did remove the 'West Bank' and 'Gaza Strip' labels.
After introducing a new option for customers to pay £0.50 to jump the queue on the phone to its call centres, EE is facing backlash from its customers, who are already displeased with its service.
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