There are some details in the FBI's report that appear to reference Wu's harassment, including a "doxxing" incident in Massachusetts, referring to the act of releasing someone's personal information online, such as their address, phone number or social security number.
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But most of the information Wu provided was excluded, which she sees as both a failure of the FBI and motivation to get involved politically.
"I had many reasons for running for Congress, but seeing the structural failure of the FBI to respond to criminal harassment was certainly one of them," Wu said.
"It feels like so many institutions are failing to do the right thing with women," she added. "That's why we need to run for office and do the right thing ourselves."
The FBI report does include details of a bomb threat that was made against an unnamed subject before a speech at Utah State University in October 2014, which VentureBeat deduced is Feminist Frequency critic Anita Sarkeesian. The threat forced Sarkeesian to cancel her talk.