Any Troll Can Damage a Wikipedia Page, Ask Marion Cotillard
A savage online web troll viciously attacked Marion Cotillard’s Wikipedia page immediately after Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie announced their divorce. She is rumored to be a woman that Pitt had a secret affair with, which then led to Jolie leaving her long-time marriage with him. This was not some new page that was spewing the troll’s damaging vitriol, it was his or her Wikipedia edits to the page belonging to Ms. Cotillard that made it seem possibly true. Anyone in the world can also be such a target. It is not only celebrities and those somehow connected with them that experience problems with their business or personal Wiki pages.
After the announcement of the end of “Brangelina,” many people responded over Twitter, on Facebook, and made edits to multiple Wikipedia pages associated with the two top-level Hollywood actors. Brangelina is the the moniker the tabloids used to label Brad and Angelina’s union. Jokes were made in poor taste about Pitt’s former wife, Jennifer Aniston, and ugly references have been made about Taylor Swift. However, the attack on Marion Cotillard’s Wiki pages was unprecedentedly terrible. The forty year old actress had malicious changes edited into her Wiki pages, labeling her “singer, actress, cheater.” It is expected that the new movie, “Allied”, which stars Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard, will be viewed in a very different way. But, the attack on the woman’s reputation has an easy remedy.
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