I found the description for “Homeopathy” in google results included controversy text.
For such a small description, one would believe there’s not enough room for quack it or promote it, but there it was.
After (me) being hated by some of the editors, the description miraculously changed to a plain description, but nobody said “I did” or “Oops”, yet I’m still waiting for an official answer to my request to edit a HIDDEN section even the editors didn’t know exists. : The “Lede” or lead. You need to add special query parameters in the address bar to see it (&secion=0 if the page is not marked as “controversial” or somehow blocked) like this lede for furniture
One answer was
How many times do we have to say this: ‘we have no control over what Google does’
The lede, is what the crawler reads, but IT’S NOWHERE IN THE USER PAGE, it’s only seen by bots.
Although Wikipedia is believed to be neutral, and open, the lede is not even seen in your browser, nor the main “edit” page.
If you thought you can at least control what others do, think again.
That page is locked, and you have to (more…)