On 7/2/07, James Farrar <james.farrar(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 02/07/07, jayjg <jayjg99(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Information you have approved for publication in
the New York Times is
not "private information".
Define "private information".
See your local wikilawyer if you want to go down that path. I'll stick
to common sense.
If you're referring to the linking of real names
to account names
without authorisation by the person in question, this mailing list has
been guilty of that at times. This would then make wikimedia.org
I think the issues with your slippery slope arguments have already
been pointed out.
The Mongo ruling is a blunt instrument. It's not surprising it's
hurting the encyclopedia.