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 Does Wikipedia have a policy about "How-to Illegal Acts"?

Answer No. Such a policy would go against the principles of the free exchange of information. Sites like Wikipedia absolve themselves of any liability with a simple disclaimer that essentially says they... Read More »
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Is it illegal to make a wikipedia page about Jana Barros?

It would not be illegal. It would probably fail to meet the notability requirements for a musician and be deleted.
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Why does famous kid brick not have a wikipedia about him?

Who?Probably because he's some nobody that isn't important/popular enough get a Wikipedia page made about him.
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Illegal Trustee Activities Within Living Trust Acts?

A living trust is an estate planning device that allows the grantor to convey property to a beneficiary while the grantor is still alive. Living trusts are also called revocable trusts, and when yo... Read More »
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Why must all Yahoo! Answers about Wikipedia conform to a favorable opinion about Wikipedia?

On a personal stance, I'm relatively fond of your answers. They're witty, critical, and are balanced (perhaps unintentionally) with humor and seriousness. Unfortunately, the Wikipedia section is ... Read More »
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