500 public comments to the CMA on Microsoft-Activision deal were abusive or unintelligible


Gamers were given their first opportunity to have their say on Microsoft’s proposed acquisition of Activision Blizzard in a public consultation with the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority.

So how did they conduct themselves outside of the gaming bubble? With abuse and unintelligence of course.

According to the CMA, it received approximately 2600 emails, around 500 of which “contained abusive content (with no other substantive content), or were blank, unintelligible, stated to be from non-UK consumers, or not in English”.

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