👓 Harvey Weinstein shows how not to respond | Axios

Harvey Weinstein shows how not to respond after allegations from Uma Thurman by Mike Allen (Axios)
Stunning series of interviews by Maureen Dowd, on the cover of N.Y. Times Sunday Review, "A Goddess, A Mogul And a Mad Genius ... Uma Thurman ... is finally ready to talk about Harvey Weinstein" — and Quentin Tarantino

This is a simple me-too article (in the original meaning of “We’ve got to post something, but don’t have anything interesting of our own”) where Axios is just recapping some other reportage going around the web. Sadly nothing new here, but they had to post something about what is going on with the story. Would be nice to see them doing some original reporting on the matter.

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👓 This Is Why Uma Thurman Is Angry | New York Times

Opinion | This Is Why Uma Thurman Is Angry by Maureen Dowd (New York Times)
The actress is finally ready to talk about Harvey Weinstein.

I’m wondering why, if she spent so much time waiting to put this out, why there isn’t more “story” here? This feels like it was rushed out despite the fact that there’s a lot of personal touch to the story. I expected something far more painful and scathing.

👓 Decades of Sexual Harassment Accusations Against Harvey Weinstein | New York Times

Harvey Weinstein Paid Off Sexual Harassment Accusers for Decades (New York Times )
An investigation by The New York Times found allegations stretching back to 1990 about Mr. Weinstein’s treatment of women in Hollywood.

Sadly I recognize some of the worst of the entertainment industry in this article. Too many impetuous people who wouldn’t otherwise get anything don’t have anyone around them to actually say no.

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👓 Former Obama Adviser Anita Dunn Helped Harvey Weinstein Strategize Before New York Times Story | Buzzfeed

Former Obama Adviser Anita Dunn Helped Harvey Weinstein Strategize Before New York Times Story by Steven Perlberg (BuzzFeed)
On Thursday, the New York Times published a major investigation about the Hollywood mogul, who had assembled a team of top legal and PR professionals.

None of this really surprises me except for the fact that so many people stayed quiet (or bought off) for so long.

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