U.S. law takes precedence over California law for most of the issues addressed in this policy, so the policy should reference U.S. law, not California law when that is the case. Rsterbal (talk) 23:00, 1 January 2017 (UTC)
- Translate-fied, even if I did it on my own. — revi 07:32, 2 January 2018 (UTC)
Controversial content[edit source]
Basically we plan moving our satyrical encyclopedia here also because our previous host has the tendency of deleting controversial content such as profanity, sex, gore, sexism, racism, mockery, controversial political ideas or social trends, easily offended VIPs etc. We don't post to promote such things, but just to create fun and sometimes insightful content on our society, and the majority of our content is not like that.
So, if we post content like that (but not child pornography nor personal infos about random non-famous people, that's taboo):
- Will you delete/block it, maybe without discussing first (like Wikia does)?
- Will you always assume the accuser is right and we are wrong (YouTube-style)?
- In case some lawyers sends a threatening letter (most likely from Italy) or worse, are we somehow protected by the servers being in California/Netherland?
- Did something like that ever happen to you (any wiki), and how did you deal with it?
- Keep that in mind, this wiki is not Wikia. We don’t block underage users, as they are harder to detect. OfreporterSend me a message! 10:59, 20 January 2019 (UTC)
Impact of UK law[edit source]
- I'll speak to Owen but as far as I know the board are ready with alternate policies as soon as we're at that stage of the migration. ~ RhinosF1 - (chat)· acc· c - ( around) 20:47, 3 December 2019 (UTC)