The Arbitration Committee has just published a response to this statement:

– Molly (GorillaWarfare)

On Wed, Jan 18, 2017 at 9:17 PM, Jacob Rogers <> wrote:

> Hi all,
> As I mentioned in my email earlier this month, we've put together a longer
> statement regarding paid editing and how we see the balance of the
> communities' role and the role that WMF legal can play in these cases. We
> tried to address the concerns that people have raised to us, and explain
> when it's helpful to contact us to assist on a case. Of note, it does
> explain what actions we can take even in cases that don't involve the WMF
> trademarks.
> You can find it here: Wikimedia Foundation statement on paid editing and
> outing
> <>
> Best,
> Jacob
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> Jacob Rogers
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> Wikimedia Foundation
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