Christy Clark "Controversies" wiped from public Wikipedia record

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Gabriel Sinduda
Christy Clark "Controversies" wiped from public Wikipedia record

You'll find further details about this development here:

http://www.bcelection2017.ca/bc-liberal-party.html

kropotkin1951 kropotkin1951's picture

What is the site you linked to? It appears to be appropriating government logos and there is no info on who publishes the site.

Gabriel Sinduda

kropotkin1951 wrote:

What is the site you linked to? It appears to be appropriating government logos and there is no info on who publishes the site.

And am I to presume you are actually Kropotkin, raised from the dead?

 

kropotkin1951 kropotkin1951's picture

It seems to me that the use of the Elections Canada logo does nothing to enhance the message or the website but it could get the publishers into a shitload of trouble. 

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Mr. Magoo Mr. Magoo's picture

I'm not even slightly fascinated enough to take this on myself, but if I'm not mistaken, Wikipedia does have its own message board (for lack of a better word) where these sorts of controversies can be discussed and debated among the greater Wikipedia community. 

Ken Burch Ken Burch's picture

Also, ANYONE can edit or re-edit a Wikipedia page, so any of us could go in and put the "Controversies" right back in.

Gabriel Sinduda

So now the goods on Rich Coleman are deleted too. Updated:
http://www.bcelection2017.ca/bc-liberal-party.html

 

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