What are the rules that govern writing a "criticism" page at Wikipedia?

Answer Supposedly, the NPOV policy. But in reality, writing those criticism of company pages is governed by the unwritten rules of the sysops who own articles about those companies. If the sysop disliked ... Read More »

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If we edit a wikipedia page and we add some wrong information in that page,will it be deleted by wikipedia?

More experienced users are notified of changes to pages that relate to their specialty, and they review them accordingly. If your information is simply lacking sources or inaccurate, it can be dele... Read More »

What rules govern home owner associations in New Jersey?

New Jersey, like most other states, has a state condominium law. Developers commission a set of governing documents for every association, which are unique to that association. When you purchased ... Read More »

Why is that my updated wikipedia page come second to my previously deleted page on the same name when searched?

That's presumably just a quirk of the internal search engine; don't worry about it. No one has any manual control over the internal search engine results, and it doesn't take into article deletions... Read More »

I'm writing a book review for a blog and want to insert one link to a Wikipedia page. Do i need permission?

No. You can link to Wikipedia as much as you want and need no permission. If you use material from a Wikipedia article as a source you need to cite the article. On each page there is a link "Cite t... Read More »