Recently, the page "Hitler's Suicide Note" was removed by FANDOM staff for its lyrics being considered inappropriate. When I made an appeal it was rejected, as the spam filter caught phrases that did not comply with FANOM TOS, and simply marking the page as mature or putting a disclaimer was not enough.
Additionally, a new issue arose from that: apparently, since we are a song wiki, all the lyrics we provide are subject to copyright claims. As such, the entire wiki may be deleted if we get any copyright claims. FANDOM staff also reported to me that account bans are a high probability if copyright claims become common or if the wiki continues to be an issue for them.
As such, some new rules will have to be put in place, ones that are detrimental to the wiki, but will ensure it stays up:
*All songs added must comply with FANDOM TOS. Even though, as villain songs, the lyrics are meant to be seen as evil and bad, they must comply with TOS. Just adding a Mature template is no longer enough; the song's lyrics must be able to pass the spam filter.
*We will continue to add lyrics sections to songs, but if a DMCA takedown is issued, the page is to be deleted and blacklisted.
*If we get too many DMCA takedown notices, then the Wiki will have to be terminated, either by me or by FANDOM Staff.
All users should now be under the assumption that our wiki is under surveillance now, so I expect to see conduct and behavior that complies with FANDOM TOS. If you attempt to create a page and the spam filter flags any part of the page, do NOT attempt an appeal, just do not make the page.
On a completely different note, I also request that users also work on improving the quality of pages, both during creation and editing. Please follow the designated templates and styles, and note changes made to pages you create such that you can apply them o the next pages you create. I am currently going alphabetically through all 1,188 pages on the wiki for cleanup, expansion, and housekeeping (I'm somewhere in the "I"s at the moment), so please help by making your pages as top quality as possible (correct spacing, spelling, formatting, etc.)