WMF Global Ban Policy
“Wikimedia Foundation global bans are applied:
- when users engage in significant harassment of users on multiple projects;
- when users engage in significant harassment off of the Wikimedia sites so as to genuinely threaten (emotionally or physically) users; or
- when the trust or safety of our users or employees is otherwise in danger or has been significantly compromised or threatened.”
For the safety and privacy of users, the projects, and itself, the Wikimedia Foundation refers potential criminal violations to the relevant authorities when appropriate. Also, to protect the privacy of all involved, the Wikimedia Foundation generally will not publicly comment on the reason for any specific banning action.
For further information about Wikimedia Foundation global bans, questions may be left on the discussion page, or sent by email to the Support and Safety team at cawikimedia.org. Please note that questions about specific WMF global bans will not be addressed, to protect the privacy of all involved. Further information on community banned users may be found here.
List of global bans placed by the Wikimedia Foundation
For the full log (including, for example, alternate accounts also locked under this policy), visit the.
- Beta M, since 15 March 2012
- Demiurge1000, since 3 December 2014.
- Dcoetzee, since 3 December 2014.
- Amorrow, since 17 January 2015.
- Leucosticte, since 17 January 2015.
- Poetlister/Quillercouch, since 17 January 2015.
- Russavia, since 17 January 2015
- Meco, since 23 March 2015
- Irada / İrada, since 11 June 2015
- Francis Kaswahili, since 23 July 2015
- Scalhotrod, since 2 November 2015
- Liliana-60, since 22 April 2016
- John F. Lewis , since 22 April 2016
- WayneRay, since 22 April 2016
- Ktr101, since 22 April 2016
- Styron111, since 17 June 2016
- Jake Christie of Southern California since 8 October 2016