March 2012[change source]
Welcome to Wikipedia. I noticed that you recently made a new article or made changes to one by adding things copied from a book, magazine, newspaper or another website without the permission of the copyright holder. Many sources, including websites found on the Internet, are copyrighted. I'm afraid Wikipedia cannot accept any things copied from these sources as it can get Wikipedia into serious legal trouble. The article or changes have been or will soon be deleted. Next time, look up sources to find out information for articles and explain it in your own words, and don't copy sentences or images from them. Thank you. Osiris (talk) 15:34, 29 March 2012 (UTC)
Please stop adding copyrighted things to Wikipedia without permission from the copyright holder.
For legal reasons, we cannot accept text or images borrowed from books, magazines, newspapers or other websites. These will be deleted. You may use these sources to find out information for Wikipedia, but cannot copy sentences or images from them. Wikipedia takes copyright violations very seriously and users who add copyrighted material again and again will be blocked from changing Wikipedia. Osiris (talk) 15:47, 29 March 2012 (UTC)
Attn: admin[change source]
This user self identified in this series of posts which refers back to this exchange to be User:Shabir / ip:126.96.36.199. This account (Shabir) was blocked by Barras on 23 March 2012 with the reason: Abusing multiple accounts with their user page deleted per A3 and G12 by Pmlineditor. The user has a history of copyvio edits (part of the reasoning for the block) and was noticed on this account because of further copyvio problems (they still haven't learned) and was blocked when they admitted to being a previously blocked account with a history of abusing other accounts to bypass the block.
More than just denying this request, I would suggest it be passed to a checkuser to comfirm the ip range and see if a range block would be useful to curtain a user with a self-admitted streak of block avoidance. --Creol(talk) 06:03, 30 March 2012 (UTC)