The Arbitration Committee opened no cases this week and closed two, leaving no cases presently open.
- Chabad movement: A case opened to examine accusations of biased editing and combat on articles related to Judaism's Chabad movement. All parties involved in the case were reminded to use the talk page of all affected articles and to edit in a manner consistent with Wikipedia policy. They also remanded the issue to the involved editors, with a note to refile the case should the situation worsen. (Announcement)
- MZMcBride II: A case opened to look into allegations of misconduct by MZMcBride with regards to BLPs and Thekohser. MZMcBride was admonished twice (for abetting a banned user and for causing needless drama) and is obligated to regain the adminship he relinquished during the case via RfA or request to the Committee; he cannot regain the bit via a request to a bureaucrat. (Announcement)
- EEML: A motion passed which expanded Radeksz's ability to edit unreferenced Polish BLPs and permitted Martintg to edit specific unreferenced Estonian BLPs in much the same manner.
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