Wikimedia Foundation Transparency Report/2014/Requests for Content Alteration & Takedown/es

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Los proyectos de Wikimedia constituyen uno de los mayores repositorios del mundo del conocimiento humano. Con tal cantidad de información, alguien está obligado a molestarse por algunos de los contenidos de vez en cuando. Si bien la gran mayoría de las disputas de contenido las resuelven los propios usuarios, en algunos casos extremos la Fundación Wikimedia puede recibir una demanda legal para hacer caso omiso a nuestros usuarios.

Los proyectos de Wikimedia son tuyos, no nuestros. Gente como usted de todo el mundo escribe, sube, edita y conserva todo el contenido. Por lo tanto, creemos que los usuarios deben decidir lo que pertenece a proyectos Wikimedia siempre que sea legalmente posible.

A continuación, encontrará más información sobre el número de solicitudes que recibimos, de dónde vienen, y cómo podrían afectar al conocimiento libre. También puede aprender más sobre la forma en que luchamos por la libertad de expresión a través de nuestros programas de ayuda al usuario en las Preguntas Frecuentes.

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“Cambiamos la gente a través de la conversación, no a través de la censura.”

— Jay-Z, Músico, (2010)
JULY 2012 – JUNE 2014
Total Number of Requests
304
JULY 2012 – JUNE 2014
Percentage of Requests Granted
0% 

Data

JULY 2012 – JUNE 2014
Where did these requests come from?
País Received
United States 106
Germany 50
United Kingdom 32
France 25
Italy 14
Desconocido 12
Switzerland 7
Netherlands 6
Canada 5
India 5
Russia 4
Australia 3
Austria 3
Brazil 3
Ireland 2
Israel 2
New Zealand 2
Poland 2
Singapore 2
Spain 2
Argentina 1
Belgium 1
Bulgaria 1
Chile 1
Denmark 1
Hong Kong 1
Iran 1
Latvia 1
Luxemburg 1
Malaysia 1
Norway 1
Pakistan 1
Peru 1
Senegal 1
Serbia 1
Slovenia 1
South Korea 1
JULY 2013 – JUNE 2014
Which Wikimedia projects were targeted?
Project Received
en.wikipedia 65
de.wikipedia 29
commons 27
fr.wikipedia 9
no project named 5
es.wikipedia 3
pt.wikipedia 3
it.wikipedia 2
nl.wikipedia 2
ru.wikipedia 2
ar.wikipedia 1
bg.wikipedia 1
fr.wikivoyage 1
fr.wiktionary 1
jp.wikipedia 1
no.wikipedia 1
pl.wikipedia 1
sl.wikipedia 1
zh.wikipedia 1

Stories

Pierre-sur-Haute military radio station

French Intelligence Agency

  • Time Period: March 2013
  • Story: A French intelligence agency summoned a Wikipedia user to its offices, and threatened him with severe criminal penalties if he did not use his administrative rights to delete information about a military base from French Wikipedia that the agency deemed classified. The supposedly classified information was actually publicly available because the military had provided interviews and a tour of the base to local reporters. We defended the user involved and fought to keep the content up on Wikipedia. Read more.

Aboriginal Language

Mount Wellington, Tasmania
  • Time Period: July 2012
  • Story: A Tasmanian aboriginal language center demanded the removal of the English Wikipedia article on "palawa kani", claiming copyright over the entirety of the language. We refused to remove the article because copyright law simply cannot be used to stop people from using an entire language or to prevent general discussion about the language. Such a broad claim would have chilled free speech and negatively impacted research, education, and public discourse — activities that Wikimedia serves to promote.

Monkey Selfie

Crested black macaque monkey
  • Time Period: January 2014
  • Story: A photographer left his camera unattended in a national park in North Sulawesi, Indonesia. A female crested black macaque monkey got ahold of the camera and took a series of pictures, including some self-portraits. The pictures were featured in an online newspaper article and eventually posted to Commons. We received a takedown request from the photographer, claiming that he owned the copyright to the photographs. We didn't agree, so we denied the request.