'''JW:''' non penso che rappresenti un vero problema. La comunità supporta fortemente la legalità. Non sono a conoscenza di nessun caso particolare di forte consenso nel commettere un reato. Certamente in alcuni casi ci può essere (dis)approvazione, ma non ho mai visto nessuno della comunità sostenere che non dovremmo seguire i consigli della nostra squadra legale.<br><br>
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asks: " Where do you see Wikipedia in 10 years?"''
'''JW:''' I don't know. My favorite answer to this is to say, the real question is: where will the world be after 10 more years of Wikipedia. :) Seriously, I think we'll eventually see a tapering off of new article creation in the large language wikipedias as more and more "verifiable" topics are covered. At this point, most changes will be expansions and updates and quality improvements to existing articles. But in 10 years, it seems likely to me that many languages which are now quite small will have very large Wikipedia projects. Our community will continue to become more diverse as more and more people worldwide come online.<br><br>
'''WN:''' ''[[w:en:User:Kevin Myers|Kevin Myers]]
asks: " The values reflected in certain Wikipedia policies (anti- censorship, neutral point-of-view) are problematic in cultures where freedom of expression is limited, as the [[w:en:Blocking of Wikipedia in mainland China| blocking of Wikipedia in mainland China]] and arguably the [[w:en:Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons controversy| Muhammad cartoons controversy]] attest. As Wikipedia expands internationally, do you foresee Wikipedia becoming increasingly controversial in countries where " Western values" are seen as a potential threat?"'' ▲
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'''JW:''' I don't think that neutrality and objectivity are really controversial among most people of the world. It is true that the leadership in some places does not value these things, and may actually work against these things, but we can not deviate from our goals to accommodate them.<br><br>