@curiosus: I second this. People can be proud of their work. But if there were some questionable business practices lead to the production of that work, that is part of the discussion about the work.
It doesn’t help that the artist above doesn’t provide many details. If people are going after workers directly, that no good. Going after the heads of the studio or management, that is different.
Its not just management or leadership at naughty dog perpetuating this toxic culture though. As Jason Schrier mentioned in his article, they go out of their way to hire people that don't question the culture, or will come to its defence. Thats how these companies survive and ruin lives in the process when someone can no longer cope. If someone speaks up to defend their own poor treatment and the poor treatment of people who spoke out after losing their job or quiting then they absolutely should be told its not ok. Being a worker or a willing victim doesn't put you beyond criticism. Management is counting on those voices to muddy the waters and provide cover for their bad practice.
That said there will always be gamergaters around looking to be vile whenever a controversy gives them an opening to distract people and cause mayhem.