Imagine being a customer of an online gaming company that rather than deal with cyberbullying and abuse of their own customers, wanted that abuse “off the record.”
That’s how Empire Avenue operated.
And in fact still operates despite Kred purchasing Empire Avenue and renaming the gaming company Empire Kred.
And people like Keith Gill, aka Digitalkeith, also in leadership at EmpireKred continue to try to keep the reporting of the cyberbullying “off the record.”
Keith Gill, AKA @DigitalKeith had his account locked by Twitter for abuse on twitter.
Gareth Davies, AKA @me_gareth was suspended by twitter for violent threats and doxing.
Chris Sandys, AKA @usafa_93 was warned for non violent threats.
All of the suspensions were related to their ongoing attempts to keep abuse at Empire Avenue “off the record.”
It’s sad, but these people are deeply, deeply committed to both abusing their own customers, and trying to keep that abuse off the record.
Their ability to continue with the open abuse on Twitter, has led to a CA DoJ inquiry into Twitter’s handling of the matter (CA DOJ x-ref 615640) and the SF DA’s office twice opening files.