Precisely, and there is extensive precedent (including in court decisions relating to
allegedly inaccurate headlines) for article titles to be generalising if the reality is
explained in the body. If we wrote to them, there probably wouldn't be a correction.
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On 13 Mar 2012, at 14:44, Katie Chan <ktc(a)ktchan.info> wrote:
On 13/03/2012 12:15, Thomas Dalton wrote:
On 13 March 2012 12:02, Michael
On 13 Mar 2012, at 10:35, Gordon Joly wrote:
"Jimmy Wales: Wikipedia chief to advise Whitehall on policy"
Chief? Says who?
The Telegraph. ;-)
Someone should probably give them a ring and suggest they change
"chief" to "founder", since that's what he actually is... (well,
"co-founder", really, but let's not go there!)
To be fair, if you look below the headline at the top, it all says co-founder.
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