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FBI in tussle with Wikipedia over use of seal

Business Maverick

Business Maverick, Politics

FBI in tussle with Wikipedia over use of seal

The Federal Bureau of Investigations is currently engaged in a war of words with Wikipedia, over the use of the F.B.I seal in an accompanying article on the bureau, and have demanded that it be taken down. Wikipedia are having none of it, saying that the law cited by the F.B.I is intended to prevent people from using fake badges of profiteering from the seal, and does not prevent the posting of images to noncommercial websites. Read more: NY Times



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