From that perspective, we should censor Wikipedia to gain more
accessibility in China. I think that would be unacceptable.
Gerard Meijssen wrote:
When Wikipedia is not legal in a country, it brings the people who are
living in that country and edit in danger. When Wikipedia is not legal
in that country, it means that we are hampered in our aim; bringing
information to all people. It is not at all ridiculous at all to want to
be legal in all countries. When some content is problematic, the office
has the right and the might to remove such an article from a project.
Particularly on the English language Wikipedia this happens with some
regularity. It does happen on other language projects as well.
David Strauss schreef:
You're arguing from the ridiculous premise
that Wikipedia must be legal
in every country. Even the topics of some articles aren't legal in some
> Gerard, I will not only think Internet. I hope others will not think only USA. If the
point is "If we use a fair-use image, a commercial organization can at least take
whole Wikipedia pages and re-use them." Well, this is not necessarlily true outside
the USA. So fair use images should be banned for the same reason that applies to
> Roberto (Snowdog)
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