“When someone clicks on ‘edit,’ it would be interesting if we could say, ‘Hi, thank you for editing. We see you’re logged in from The New York Times. Keep in mind that we know that, and it’s public information,’ ” he said. “That might make them stop and think.”
Perhaps someone should explain how naive this is to Jimmy. The only thing that's going to do is make them say "Oh gosh, I should just do this from the Starbuck's then."
RE: Seeing Corporate Fingerprints in Wikipedia Edits