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Company fined €25,000 for altering Wikipedia

hcs_$reboot (1536101) writes | more than 3 years ago

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hcs_$reboot (1536101) writes "A French court ordered a company to pay 25,000 Euros to a competitor which she had removed the name of a Wikipedia entry dedicated to her field. Google translation from French. Hi-Media, the defendant, was identified thanks to her IP address found from the Wikipedia page."
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