Talk:Harassment

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Removed the references to the "Support and Safety" team as currently it is identified as the Trust and Safety task force https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Trust_and_Safety#Trust_&_Safety_task_force

Definition open ended, and no indication of who decides on what is harassment in any given case[edit]

The definition given states that harassment "may include but is not limited to" a list of things that most people would accept as being harassment. The problem will come when one of those things that is not on the list is reported.

  • Who will decide whether it is harassment?
  • What standards will be applied?
  • What society's norms will be applied?
  • What recourse will the person accused of such harassment have to avoid unfair discrimination?
  • What checks and balances will prevent gaming the system?

Please ping with reply. Cheers, · · · Peter (Southwood) (talk): 16:10, 2 July 2019 (UTC)