File logEdit

Hello @Explicit: please have a look at the File:Rajeev_Siddhartha_Photo.jpg and the log. Thanks --C1K98V (💬 ✒️ 📂) 02:55, 20 November 2020 (UTC)

@C1K98V: Should be fully deleted now. ƏXPLICIT 03:02, 20 November 2020 (UTC)
Thanks for your quick response. Have a good day. --C1K98V (💬 ✒️ 📂) 03:03, 20 November 2020 (UTC)

Npd questionEdit

Hi Explicit. Perhaps you can help sort this out. This editor seems to be trying to completely rewrite an article about her husband en:Marco Augusto Dueñas per en:WP:THQ#COI and uploading files of him and his work is probably part of that effort. She appears to be getting help on Wikipedia with the content part, but I'm not too sure how to best help her on Commons with the images part. She's claiming the files she uploaded were paid for some time ago, but has no idea as to how to contact the photographer who took the photos. There's no FOP for 3D works of art in Italy, the Vatican, or the US, but that can probably be worked out if her husband is the sculptor and those are his work. It's photos that I'm not sure about since she doesn't seem to be claiming that she or her husband took them. Complicating things a bit further is that en:User:Marco Augusto Dueñas Cepas has been indefinitely blocked on Wikipedia and it's not whether this is one or two people trying to unintentionally use multiple accounts to rewrite the article. Anyway, I just wanted another opinion to make sure I wasn't being a bit overzealous in tagging the files with npd. If I was and they're OK, then that's fine; or, if they should go to DR instead, then that's OK too. -- Marchjuly (talk) 01:54, 24 November 2020 (UTC)

@Marchjuly: The file tagging looks fine to me, as there is no evidence that the original photographer's permission was sought before uploading the photo. If there is suspicion that sockpuppetry is occurring on the English Wikipedia, then it may be worth launching an investigation. It doesn't bode well in regards to meatpuppetry in any case. ƏXPLICIT 03:49, 24 November 2020 (UTC)
Thanks for taking a look at things. -- Marchjuly (talk) 07:00, 24 November 2020 (UTC)