Was the public policy list converted to fully moderated without any discussion?

I wouldn't mind if there was a reasonable amount of time between
sending and moderator decision, but if a list needs to be moderated,
or someone on a list needs to be moderated, then that list or that
person should be informed, respectively.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: James Salsman <jsals...@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, Aug 12, 2016 at 3:22 PM
Subject: Re: [Publicpolicy] WMF Transparency Report
To: Publicpolicy Group for Wikimedia <publicpol...@lists.wikimedia.org>

Very impressive, Jan!

Were the five requests for content removal based on the right to be
forgotten included in the 243 requests to alter or take down content?

Can you please say what proportion of those involving living people
claiming defamation were discussed by the community e.g. on the
English Wikipedia's WP:BLPN?

Best regards,

On Fri, Aug 12, 2016 at 12:37 PM, Jan Gerlach <jgerl...@wikimedia.org> wrote:
> Hi all
> Many of you may have already seen it and we are really excited about the
> transparency report that we released earlier this week:
> https://transparency.wikimedia.org/
> Highlights:
> 243 requests to alter or remove content from the projects. None were
> granted.
> 13 requests to disclose nonpublic user information. None were granted.
> 22 requests under the U.S. Digital Millennium Copyright Act to remove
> copyrighted material from the projects. Six were granted.
> Please find more info about the report in this blogpost.
> Best,
> Jan
> ==
> Jan Gerlach
> Public Policy Manager
> Wikimedia Foundation
> 149 New Montgomery Street, 6th Floor
> San Francisco, CA 94105
> jgerl...@wikimedia.org
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