User talk:Solarra

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Vandalism

Moderate to high level of vandalism.

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4.4CVS / 4.3RPM according to DefconBot 12:00, 21 October 2014 (UTC)
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It's important to realize the propaganda coup the disastrous spying policies of the NSA have handed to authoritarian governments worldwide. They can push through laws clearly designed to tighten control over their citizens, on the premise of protecting them from the NSA, and the public in Russia is likely to have some sympathy. After all, the Brazilians (who appear to have little authoritarian aims at all) are heading down the same path. It's a disaster for an open and free and neutral Internet, an Internet of the world. ~ Jimbo Wales


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List of Female Electronic Musicians[edit]

I added references within the body of the list because user IronGargoyle insists that artists lacking personal wikipedia pages are not notable if only cited and referenced as members of bands/groups. If references are not added to these artists, user IronGargoyle removes them. This has been happening for months. This was the "agreement" reached with user IronGargoyle and editors of the page on the talk page (prior to this, artists were removed from the list seemingly if user IronGargoyle hadn't heard of them). Please refer to the talk page of that article for more info! — Preceding unsigned comment added by Chloe.stamper (talkcontribs) 23:14, 6 October 2014 (UTC)