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LunarArchivist [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0 (edited)

Apparently, the Wikimedia Foundation's first major step towards creating a "universal code of conduct" for their websites - one drafted by proponents of Critical Race Theory, abolishing the police, and anti-capitalism - complete with provisions on preferred pronouns, harassment, and "expected" and "unacceptable" behavior - has raised eyebrows in the community due to its broad nature and deleterious effect on freedom of speech, expression, debate, and the integrity of the Wikipedia editing process. Of particular interest to GamerGate supporters is the provision where the left-wing extremist mask officially slips completely due to its proposal to "[manipulate] content to favor specific interpretations of facts or points of view" and the removal of objectional material without discussion.

Original Article: http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2020/09/09/wikipedia-bosses-propose-code-of-conduct-advancing-left-wing-identity-politics/

CORRECTION: Several people have pointed out that I misread the section on "'manipulating content to favor specific interpretations of facts or points of view'" and the removal of objectional material without discussion" and that the proposal was the exact opposite of what I stated it was, i.e. they're trying to discourage this, not encourage it. That's 100% a major, major bad on my part. The rest of what I said is accurate, however.