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Dear NorthBySouthBaranof, you have deleted the section Telexfree Offices and General Information in the Telexfree article. I would like to understand why you did this and categorized those public information got from official sources (USA/Canada/Brazil/UK government) as "Unencyclopedic and inappropriate". Since we are dealing with an article of a Ponzi scheme the information about the companies, their addresses, the cross check between the owners are extremely important to the wikipedia readers. As I said, all information are public. Best Regards, Duda100 (talk) 09:56, 11 December 2013 (UTC)
- Wikipedia is not a doxing site and posting personal information about people such as addresses and phone numbers is strictly forbidden! public record or not. Please see WP:BLP for our policy on information about living persons. NorthBySouthBaranof (talk) 10:08, 11 December 2013 (UTC)
- There were no telephones disclosed and the owner addresses found on US public records could be deleted without prejudice to the entire section (only the last column of the directors table). I will rewrite the section suppressing this sensitive information and leaving the companies addresses. Thanks, Duda100 (talk) 10:34, 11 December 2013 (UTC)
Your support to merger Anita Sarkeesian : Tropes vs Women
unless you know, I originally asked if that article that is now Tropes vs Women could be added to the Anita Sarkeesian BLP article and I got no constructive replies, but I remember something that it would be too detailed for BLP. So I proceeded and asked if such an article could be created and I got a response from NeilN that it would be okay, if I can make it a neutral one (thank you NbSB!). So I took a step and created one, which you edited by a huge margin, thank you. Now this article Tropes vs Women is proposed to be merged to Anita Sarkeesian of which it was too detailed, but now it's suggested that it's an unnecessary fork.
I can't get my mind around this issue. Originally if it was added to BLP it was too detailed and now when it's a separate article it is proposed to be merged to the BLP. So, which one is it then? Add it to BLP and remove it later due to unweight or keep a separate article? And reading the discussion makes me just wonder what's the purpose.
Darrell Allums, criminal?
I've undone your deletion of sourced content at Darrell Allums and added additional material and sources to address some of the concerns you raised about his basketball and criminal careers. He played part of one year in the NBA and was sentenced to nine in prison; he committed about as many crimes as he played NBA games. He's defined as a professional basketball player, he's defined as a criminal and he's defined as an athlete-criminal. If you still believe that his spree of 14 robberies and nine-year prison sentence is not worth mentioning in his article, make your case at the talk page because you are at the cusp of a WP:3RR violation. Alansohn (talk) 19:35, 25 December 2013 (UTC)