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Vandalism is indisputably bad-faith addition, deletion, or change to content, made in a deliberate attempt to compromise the integrity of the encyclopedia. The largest quantity of vandalism consists of replacement of prominent articles with obscenities, namecalling, or other wholly irrelevant content. Any [[Wikipedia:Assume good faith|good-faith]] effort to improve the encyclopedia, even if misguided or ill-considered, is not vandalism. Apparent bad faith edits that do not make their bad faith nature explicit and inarguable, are not considered vandalism at Wikipedia. Committing vandalism is a violation of Wikipedia policy; it needs to be [[Wikipedia:How to spot vandalism|spotted]], and then [[Wikipedia:Dealing with vandalism|dealt]] with – if you cannot deal with it yourself, you can seek [[Wikipedia:Vandalism in progress|help from others]].
 
A [[as of 2002|2002]] study by [[IBM]] found that most Wikipedia vandalism is [[Wikipedia:How to revert a page to an earlier version|reverted]] within five minutes. [http://researchweb.watson.ibm.com/history/results.htm]
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== Types of vandalism ==
These are the most common forms of vandalism on Wikipedia. See [[Wikipedia:How to spot vandalism]] for details on each of these and tips on how to find such edits.
 
;[[Wikipedia:Spam|Spam]]: Adding inappropriate external links for self-promotion, such as [http://www.n-qu.com]
;VandalBot: A [[Wikipedia:Bots|script or "robot"]] that attempts to vandalize or spam ''massive'' amounts of articles (hundreds or thousands), blanking, or adding commercial links.
;Childish vandalism: Adding graffiti (e.g. [http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Dog&diff=9829910&oldid=9829151]) or blanking pages (e.g. [http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Greenland&diff=7172688&oldid=7172681]).
;Silly vandalism: Users will sometimes create [[Wikipedia:Bad jokes and other deleted nonsense|joke articles]] (e.g. [http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Wikipedia&diff=3005270&oldid=3005172]) or replace existing articles with plausible-sounding nonsense, or add silly jokes to existing articles.
;Sneaky vandalism: Vandalism which is harder to spot. Adding misinformation, changing dates or making other sensible-appearing substitutions and typos (e.g. [http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_TIME_Magazine%27s_100_most_influential_people_of_2004&diff=4186621&oldid=4182587] which was reverted because the source material is easily available).
;Attention-seeking vandalism: Adding insults, using offensive usernames, replacing articles with jokes etc. (see also [[Wikipedia:No personal attacks]])
;User page vandalism: Replacing [[Wikipedia:User page|User page]]s with insults, profanity, etc. (see also [[Wikipedia:No personal attacks]])
;Image vandalism: Uploading provocative images, inserting political messages, making malicious animated GIFs, etc.
;Template vandalism: Adding any of the above to templates.
;Page move vandalism: Moving pages to offensive or nonsense names. Most infamous example was the [[Wikipedia:Vandalism_in_progress/Willy_on_Wheels|Willy on Wheels]].
 
==What vandalism is not==
Although sometimes referred to as such, the following things are ''not'' vandalism and are therefore treated differently:
 
* '''Newbie test''' New users who discover the "Edit this page" button want to know if they can ''really'' edit any page, so they write something inside just to test it. This is not vandalism! On the contrary, these users should be [[Wikipedia:Please do not bite the newcomers|warmly greeted]], and given a reference to the [[Wikipedia:Sandbox|Sandbox]] (e.g. using the <nowiki>{{</nowiki>[[Template:test|test]]}} [[Wikipedia:Template messages|template message]]) where they can keep making their tests. (Sometimes they will even revert their own changes.)
 
* '''Extended newbie test''' Some users (especially the young ones) want to check out if they can make an article look ''really'' stupid, or radically change it to become unreadable. They simply want to test the limits of the wiki; they will stop when you revert their changes, and will feel embarrassed when you write them a message. Continuing such "testing" after this point is vandalism.
 
* '''Learning Wiki markup and manual of style''' For some users, it takes a while to learn the wiki-based markup, and will spend a little time experimenting with the different ways to make external links, internal links, and other special characters. Rather than condemning them as vandals, just explain to them what our standard style is on the issue in hand&#8212;perhaps pointing them towards our documentation at [[Wikipedia:How to edit a page]], and the like.
 
* '''NPOV violations''' The [[Wikipedia:neutral point of view|neutral point of view]] is a difficult policy for many of us to understand, and even Wikipedia veterans occasionally accidentally introduce material which is non-ideal from an NPOV perspective. Indeed, we are all blinded by our beliefs to a greater or lesser extent. While regrettable, this is not vandalism. See also: [[Wikipedia:NPOV dispute|NPOV dispute]].
 
* '''Bold edits''' Wikipedians often make sweeping changes to articles in order to improve them&#8212;most of us aim to [[Wikipedia:Be bold in updating pages|be bold]] when updating articles. While having large chunks of text you wrote removed, moved to talk, or substantially rewritten can sometimes feel like vandalism, it should not be confused with vandalism. That said, the wise Wikipedian tempers boldness with [[Wikipedia:WikiLove|WikiLove]].
 
* '''Bullying''' or '''stubbornness''' Some users cannot come to agreement with others who are willing to talk to them on an article's talk page, and repeatedly make changes opposed by everyone else. This is a matter of regret&#8212;you may wish to see our [[Wikipedia:Dispute resolution|dispute resolution]] pages to get help. However, it is not vandalism.
 
* '''Harassing''' or making '''personal attacks''' We have a clear policy on Wikipedia of [[Wikipedia:No personal attacks|no personal attacks]], and harassing other contributors is not allowed. Some forms of harassment are also clear cases of vandalism, such as home page vandalism. However, harassment is not in general vandalism.
 
* '''The unexpected''' Just because someone is editing in an unusual way doesn't make him or her a vandal. If someone is making solid edits but writing, "Hi, Mom!" in his or her edit summaries, this doesn't make them an oddball vandal; it makes him or her a newcomer. By all means have a friendly chat about the proper use of edit summaries. Don't blanket revert him/her. Don't block him/her.
 
== See also ==
* [[Wikipedia:Vandalism in progress]] - report current activity
* [[Wikipedia:How to spot vandalism]]
* [[Wikipedia:Dealing with vandalism]]
* [[Meta:Friends of gays should not be allowed to edit articles]] (Humor)
 
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