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I don't see any mistake, although I guess PolicyMic is not a reliable source... MarieClare however, is, I thought the rules were that everything no matter how personal or embarrassing are uploaded, that in the wikipedia rulebook. I was simply sticking to this rule and came across a reliable source so felt obliged to upload it. Could you tell me what I've done wrong, or how I can improve it? — Preceding unsigned comment added by CHARLIEPHILLIPS00 (talk • contribs) 13:57, 8 February 2014 (UTC)
Discussion at Talk:Elon Musk#Founding
The reason I have undone the edit, is because i provided a list of good sources and reasons fro edits, I put them on the talk page days ago, no reply was given, I changed the article because all my changes were true and had good reasons and were factual, you have reverted that edit, with absolutely no counter-argument against them, all my edits were backed up by a source, the page you have reverted it back to now contains incomplete information and also information that could be easily misinterpreted. I have changed this so that the article is clear and correct, this is NOT vandalism or disruption.
Because I feel this is not vandalism, and actually undoing the edit is, I have postulated a notice board and recommend a third party opinion, potentially outside of the topic i.e. from an administrator. I will happily revert the edit myself, if a counter argument is provided to EACH of the edits. Dirac740 (talk) 11:20, 18 April 2014 (UTC)
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