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I would purge info like birthdates/street address/etc. Dcoetzee (Since the problematic data is in the filename and not in the media itself, and should the image be otherwise considered in scope, shouldn’t the security/privacy issues be soved by a swift renaming of the file, completed with admin expunging of the old filename?
(Ditto, m.m., for sensitive data added to the file description, EXIF, or anywhere else.) -- Tuválkin ✉ , 31 August 2013 (UTC) Yes, I agree, files containing sensitive data in filename should be renamed (without a redirect and without leaving any trace in the logs of the former filename - I think the deletion log might have to be purged? For the file description, revision deletion suffices; for EXIF data, stripping and reuploading the image, and revision deletion of the old file contents should be sufficient. Before Wikidata started, some bots used to keep interwikis updated by copying them from wikipedias, and the same work should be done now using Wikidata.--Pere prlpz (, using Upload Wizard Campaigns will cause media to be automatically categorized with Category: Uploaded via Campaign:*****. in the case of Campaign:dk, media is tagged with the (currently non-existing) category Uploaded via Campaign:dk.
I welcome comments on the DR linked to above, and further feedback and example case studies to be added to the courtesy deletion proposal.
In general I would recommend that the respect guideline in Photographs of identifiable people fully applies to personal information such as full birth date, home address, which school a child attends etc.
You can add forceprofile=true to the URL to see details (using the browser's "view source" tool).
This also leads to more deadlocks on preferences changes done via the API.
Removing files from Category: Uploaded via Campaign:dk doesn't seem to be a part of the scope for that category.
16 or 17) uploading an image of themselves for their user page - user page images are explicitly permitted by SCOPE and is relatively harmless in the absence of other identifying info.
In theory one could hack that function to not call $gadget- I filed bugzilla:53677 so we can drop all es.
I guess titleparts is also not very parser-friendly…
--AKlapper (WMF) (Question for Tuvalkin: What happens if you try clicking the same link again? I've found that it only happens the first time I get auto-logged-in, and after that the link works fine.
Meanwhile I had the same problem when accessing a couple other random projects, such as one of the Wikisources (I forgot which): I click a link to a specific page and I end up in that project’s Abuse Filter page.In the campaign we are however also autoadding the category Uploaded from da-wiki, so media are in effect added to two categories automatically, which (depending on the purpose of Category: Uploaded via Campaign:dk) seems a bit superfluous.