The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) and the International Empowerment Forum (IFE) have united in the face of the “fake news” spread by HuffPo in the aftermath of the tragic shootings in San Bernardino, California.

The statement, made in the wake of the deadliest mass shooting in US history, comes after months of silence on the topic.

It comes after a series of attacks by news sites, including The Guardian and Buzzfeed, which have also called for the resignation of The Guardian’s editor-in-chief, Katharina Liebmann.

The IFE, a trade association representing publishers, said that in response to the shootings, “we stand united as publishers, writers, editors, editors’ agents and employees to stand against the misinformation and fake news that has been disseminated on social media.

We call on our industry to take responsibility for the harmful and dangerous misinformation that has come to light through the social media platforms that we all depend on.”

ESA President Chris Allen added that the ESA was also united in support of the right of free speech.

“We are grateful to the hundreds of thousands of people who have taken the time to respond to our call for the removal of the websites that are spreading false and defamatory allegations,” he said.

Our members will continue to do so as we continue to work together to ensure that the world’s best and brightest are protected and safe.” “

Our industry has a long history of engaging in robust, open and transparent discourse.

Our members will continue to do so as we continue to work together to ensure that the world’s best and brightest are protected and safe.”

The IF is a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to promoting innovation, public policy and research.