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Activision Blizzard said Thursday that an internal investigation found there was “no evidence” that senior executives ignored or attempted to conceal reports of sexual harassment at the Santa Monica-based video game publisher, while also disputing that “there was ever a systemic issue with harassment, discrimination or retaliation” at the company.

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Employees at Activision Blizzard are growing increasingly frustrated with the game publisher’s refusal to issue any guidance about how the potential repeal of federal abortion protections could impact workers in its offices across the nation.

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A current Blizzard employee accused the company of ignoring reports of sexual harassment and of retaliating against her in a press conference outside the video game publisher’s headquarters in Irvine on Wednesday morning.

Christine, who asked that reporters withhold her last name in order to preserve her privacy, is the first current employee at Blizzard Entertainment to come forward publicly with sexual assault allegations against the company. She described her experience in a statement read aloud to reporters.

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