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I have removed material from this article that does not comply with our policy on the biographies of living persons. Biographical material must always be referenced from reliable sources, especially negative material. Negative material that does not comply with that must be immediately removed. Note that the removal does not imply that the information is either true or false.
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- I readded it with a reliable source. Btw, is the record company considered reliable? // Liftarn
- See also Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Sweden#Swedish Speaker Needed. –panda 17:19, 31 October 2007 (UTC)
Ekberg's Youthful Indiscretion
The material being fought over now IS SOURCED. Exhaustively and in two languages. It's in compliance with BLP re sourcing. If there's a reason to delete it, that reason is most assuredly not the one cited. Please leave it up, as is. It does not merit speedy deletion.
It is exactly the same data as on the Ace of Base page, but fleshed out and better-sourced.
Please discuss here. David in DC 14:31, 1 November 2007 (UTC)
I think Doc's compromise makes sense.David in DC 17:41, 15 November 2007 (UTC)