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If human garbage that has actually made friends with [[Wikimedia]] will back off, these guidelines can be improved to being actually useful.  The case of [[alleged Wikimedia corruption]] and involvement of [[Bomis]] in subverting any attempt to create an [[independent board]] is an excellent [[Consumerium Research pilot]] [[test case]], and when the [[Research Wiki]] exists, this case can be among the very first it deals with.  Advantages of that include:
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If human garbage that has actually made friends with [[Wikimedia]] will back off, these guidelines can be improved to being actually useful.  The case of [[alleged Wikimedia corruption]] and involvement of [[Bomis]] in subverting any attempt to create an [[independent board]] is an excellent [[Resarch Wiki pilot]] [[test case]], and when the [[Research Wiki]] exists, this case can be among the very first it deals with.  Advantages of that include:
  
 
*Expanding [[TIPAESA]] form to better model [[adversarial process]]es such as [[libel chill]] and [[perjury]] claims, which are going to be common in the actual operation of [[Consumerium Services]] (see [[Chief Editor]] especially)
 
*Expanding [[TIPAESA]] form to better model [[adversarial process]]es such as [[libel chill]] and [[perjury]] claims, which are going to be common in the actual operation of [[Consumerium Services]] (see [[Chief Editor]] especially)

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