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Adherence to BLP
Content has been again removed from this article for not adhering to the tight standards of WP:BLP. Content on living people on Wikipedia must especially be rigorously sourced to high quality standards. Material must be offered in due balance to what reliable sources say and must accurately reflect what those sources say.
For instance, the sentence "Whilst the report gained some traction at the federal level, this was not the case at state level and with industry, as reported in the state Government of Victoria official quarterly geospatial journal "Landmark"." seems at odds with the cited source, which discusses her research at pp. 6-7. It wasn't even finished yet ("Although she is still finalising her work"; "It seems likely that Lawrence might opt"), much less receiving response from industry.
The other offered sources are links to entities: http://www.psma.com.au/; http://www.psma.com.au/about-psma/our-staff/; http://www.siba.com.au/. Lawrence and the report are not mentioned at any of them.
The final link is a comment on LindedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/grp/post/2663732-107931972. This is not acceptable as a source on Wikipedia.
In addition to WP:BLP, please see our policies on verifiability and neutrality, our guideline on how to identify a "reliable source" and our policy forbidding synthesis and original research. --Moonriddengirl (talk) 12:03, 7 August 2015 (UTC)