User talk:Brian.latham

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Telefónica[edit]

Hi, and welcome to Wikipedia! First of all, I do not "continue" to do anything to that article. I reverted to a previous redirect. Secondly, it seems like other editors have conerns about the article, and I share those concerns. It reads too much like an advertisement or a promotion of the company. Phrases like, "robust value proposition" and "Since 1924 Telefonica has been building secure, reliable telecommunications networks" are not neutral and come across like spam. Also, you have included only primary sources; that is, sources from the company itself. You need to have several reliable secondary sources, such as newspaper articles or trade publication stories.

I am going to revert this to the redirect one last time. If you feel that this business unit of Telefónica deserves it's own stand-alone article, you should discuss it on the main article's talk page and build consensus. Please do not revert the article again without discussing the change on the talk page - this could result in a block under the 3 revert rule‎. Thanks! --SquidSK (1MClog) 14:37, 25 November 2009 (UTC)

I also need to let you know that you appear to be editting with multiple accounts Brian.latham (talk · contribs · deleted contribs · logs · edit filter log · block user · block log) and Blatham01 (talk · contribs · deleted contribs · logs · edit filter log · block user · block log). Using multiple accounts is called sockpuppetry and is not allowed, except in special circumstances. You need to only edit using one of these accounts, unless you have a valid reason for using multiple accounts. Using sock puppets can also be cause for blocking/banning. --SquidSK (1MClog) 14:42, 25 November 2009 (UTC)

Blocked as a sock puppet[edit]

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