User talk:Newfsecuritygirl

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Rachel Marsden[edit]

I'm surprised by two of your recent changes (within this set) to the article on Rachel Marsden. First, why say that Marsden was not convicted of any crime, when this assertion immediately precedes a reference for the sentencing for just such a crime? Secondly, even if the subsequent career of some policeman who'd had a dispute with Marsden were worth noting in the article about her, how can this be inferred from this web page? Even if the names coincided, you'd have to show how the two holders of the one name were indeed the same person: something hard to do via a page that (unsurprisingly) gives no biographical information whatever. -- Hoary (talk) 06:10, 24 November 2013 (UTC)

March 2014[edit]

Stop icon Do not add personal information about other contributors to Wikipedia. Wikipedia operates on the principle that every contributor has the right to remain completely anonymous. Posting personal information about a user is strictly prohibited under Wikipedia's harassment policy. Wikipedia policy on this issue is strictly enforced and your edits have been reverted and/or suppressed, not least because such information can appear on web searches. Wikipedia's privacy policy is there to protect the privacy of every user, including you. Persistently adding personal information about other contributors may result in you being blocked from editing. LFaraone 00:52, 8 March 2014 (UTC)

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You are not allowed to edit Wikipedia while the threats stand or the legal action is unresolved.  LFaraone 04:36, 8 March 2014 (UTC)