Google's Larry Page revealed that 30 percent of requests received by Google since the ruling was made were categorized as "other". Wales explained in email responses that he was contacted by Google on May 28, , and "The remit of the committee is to hold public hearings and issue recommendations—not just to Google but to legislators and the public. I think the decision will have no impact on people's right to privacy, because I don't regard truthful information in court records published by court order in a newspaper to be private information.
If anything, the decision is likely to simply muddle the interesting philosophical questions and make it more difficult to make real progress on privacy issues. In the case of truthful, non-defamatory information obtained legally, I think there is no possibility of any defensible "right" to censor what other people are saying. It is important to avoid language like "data" because we aren't talking about "data"—we are talking about the suppression of knowledge. Wales then provided further explanation, drawing a comparison with Wikipedia: "You do not have a right to use the law to prevent Wikipedia editors from writing truthful information, nor do you have a right to use the law to prevent Google from publishing truthful information.
In , the Home Secretary of the U. What needs to happen next is a serious reconsideration of the UK extradition treaty that would allow this sort of nonsense in the first place. In August , Wales criticized U. Prime Minister David Cameron 's plan for an Internet porn-filter, saying that the idea was "ridiculous. He has said that he is "a strong supporter of Israel". Jimmy Wales has been married three times. At the age of twenty, he married Pamela Green,  a co-worker at a grocery store in Alabama.
Petersburg, Florida. Wales had a brief relationship with Canadian conservative columnist Rachel Marsden in that began after Marsden contacted Wales about her Wikipedia biography. Wales is an atheist. In an interview with Big Think , he said his personal philosophy is firmly rooted in reason and he is a complete non-believer. Privately, Wales is a passionate cook. He cooks often, and, by his own account, quite well. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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The claim does not seem particularly controversial—Sanger has long been cited as a co-founder. Yet the other founder, Jimmy Wales, is not happy about it. Retrieved March 28, July 16, Retrieved January 30, Silicon Forest. The News Courier. Archived from the original on March 20, Doris Wales's husband, Jimmy, wasn't sure what she was thinking when she bought a World Book Encyclopedia set from a traveling salesman in March 13, Archived from the original on March 4, The Daily Beast.
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In January, Wales agreed to a compromise: 'erotic photography'. He wanted to build a free encyclopedia, and Wikipedia offered a very rapid and economically efficient means to that end. The articles flooded in, many were good, and they cost him almost nothing. The numbers are staggering. Bomis users built hundreds of rings—on cars, computers, sports, and especially 'babes' e. Instead of helping all users find all content, Bomis found itself positioned as the Playboy of the Internet, helping guys find guy stuff.
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If it worked for the rambunctious hacker culture of programming, Kovitz said, it could work for any online collaborative project. The wiki could break the Nupedia bottleneck by permitting volunteers to work simultaneously all over the project. The initial purpose was to get the public to add entries that would then be "fed into the Nupedia process" of authorization. U-T San Diego.
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