CIS-A2K (Centre for Internet and Society - Access to Knowledge) is a campaign to promote the fundamental principles of justice, freedom, and economic development. It deals with issues like copyrights, patents and trademarks, which are an important part of the digital landscape. If you have a general proposal/suggestion for Access to Knowledge team you can write on the discussion page. If you have appreciations or feedback on our work, please share it on feedback page.
What Wikipedia is not (or "What Wikipedia is"): It discussed "what Wikipedia is" and "what Wikipedia is not", such as Wikipedia is not a dictionary, Wikipedia is not a newspaper, Wikipedia is not a crystal-ball, Wikipedia is not a personal web-host or blog, and should not be used to like
Neutral point of view: Wikipedia articles must be written in a neutral point of view and must not be biased or push an opinion. Here we'll discuss this thing and
Copyrights policy: Copyright and copyright violation are taken very seriously in Wikipedia. Here we'll discuss on these things including fair use licenses, creative commons licenses, copyright violation checking and reporting
Etiquette and civility: it discussed expected behavior of editors, specially at the time of disputes or debates
Ignoring all rules (also what WP:IAR is not): It suggests if a rule prevents an editor from improving that should be ignored.
2. Core content policies The three core content policies are: