https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?ti ... _block_logMight this be the small stone that turns into the giant avalanche that see Wikipedia being blocked in the EU? If not, it certainly looks like it will be something this arrogant bullying ass says or does as he roams around Wikipedia pretending to be a lawyer. Seriously, how hard is it for them to simply refer people politely to WMF Legal, without making any other comment at all? Why have they got to pretend like they have any role to play in assessing such things at all?Bbb23 wrote:GDPR doesn't apply to Wikipedia.........Wikipedia is governed by American law. However, you're welcome to contact Legal to confirm that. There is no solution that will satisfy you. So drop it.--Bbb23 (talk) 18:09, 25 June 2018 (UTC)
Volunteer Administrators of Wikipedia, repeat after me - you do not speak for the WMF on any matter, least of all the rights of EU citizens to control their personal data (or define said data as outside the scope of the GDPR). And even if you did, it obviously wouldn't be as some anonymous prick only known as "Bbb23@internet".
What else is there to say about so much stupidity. Briljant idea to consult Legal, because there are the professionals. Like for instance Jan Gerlach, and for sure many other amazing wiki lawyers!