What is the policy (or information about the policy)
with/reporting whitewashing or smearing by interested/paid parties? An
doesn't seem to be under any category... is there any kind of policy? Should
Good Lord, no. We have more than enough policy.
However, this could be said to fall under our NPOV principle. And
persistently violating NPOV when you know what you're doing is wrong but
insist on doing it anyway is disruption, which comes under the blocking
I almost don't want to justify the practice with a
defense, because then it
sets up a game/conflict for people to "win" at by "beating"
it would be foolish to ignore what will be more prevalent as Wikipedia
We've dealt with POV-pushing from Scientologists, LaRouchites, physics
crackpots, right-wing loonies, left-wing loonies, gunzel anoraks, SEO
proponents, and all kinds of other tragic, deformed souls. I don't see
that Congressional staffers are any different.
"What? I can't hear you, I've got a banana on my head!"
- Danger Mouse
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