Wikimedia Foundation Tries To Censor Famous Celebrity
Wikimedia Foundation Tries To Censor Famous Singer-songwriter of the Studio Album Ultimate Celebrity Blackout, Falsely Claiming that the Superstar was not notable.
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The Wikimedia Foundation's Wikidata tried to censor the Famous Singer-songwriter of the Studio Album Ultimate Celebrity Blackout, Falsely Claiming that the Famous Celeb is not notable. Famous Celebrity Joseph Carrillo had been in a similar situation last year with Wikipedia while this time it is WikiData, both are part of the Wikimedia Foundation.
The Issue started on Thursday November 28 2019 (Thanksgiving Day) to give the Famous Celebrity something to be thankful for. The Superstar was simply not "Notable" enough for the Wikidata entry. You would think that any Famous Celebrity with a Studio Album would be notable.
Although the Censorship attempt was strong, luckily the Censorship of the wikidata page had no effect on the celebs publicity because his Official Website which the Wikimedia Foundation has no control over contains it's own structured metadata which can be used to override censorship.
See PDF of full email conversation between Famous Celebrity Joseph Carrillo and Chris Gates (User:Vermont) At This Link
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Article published 2019-12-03 Article updated 2020-02-14