52. Wikipedia: Flagged Protection and Patrolled Revisions, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Flagged_protection_and_patrolled_revisions (last visited November 17, 2009). In August 2009, the New York Times (and many other sources) erroneously reported that the English-language Wikipedia planned to adopt Flagged Revisions for all living people’s biographies. See Noam Cohen, “Wikipedia to Limit Changes to Articles on People,” NY Times, August 25, 2009, at BWikimedia’s blog post in response did not successfully correct the error. See Posting of Erik Moeller to Wikimedia Blog, A Quick Update on Flagged Revisions, http://blog.wikimedia.org/2009/08/26/a-quick-update-on-flagged-revisions/ (August 26, 2009, 02:55). For example, that blog post concludes “we hope to be able to deploy Flagged Revisions in production use on the English Wikipedia within 2-3 months” when the post elsewhere tried to clarify that only Flagged Protection and Patrolled Revisions were being rolled out. Id. Further, Wikipedia representatives may have been less than clear in its terminology elsewhere. See Farhad Manjoo, “Jimmy Wales Quietly Edits Wikipedia’s New Edit Policy,” TIME, September 30, 2009 (“In several interviews, including many with TIME, officials at the Wikimedia Foundation, the nonprofit that manages Wikipedia, explained that the user-edited online encyclopedia would soon impose restrictions on articles about living people.”). However, the English-language Wikipedia currently plans only to implement Flagged Protection and Patrolled Revisions for now. See id.