Help:Article guidelines

Accountability Wiki, a wiki for consumers and workers

You can create an article on any corporate, academic, or nonprofit organization in the world.

What to include

Each article should include:

  • One sentence introduction to organization
  • Information on organization's response to COVID-19

What not to include

Articles should never include:

  • Promotional materials
  • Attempts to sell anything (products, services, information, etc.)
  • Information without citations
    • If you are having problems adding your citation, use the talk page to share it and ask for help.
    • If your information has no citations - it will be removed

What gets an article

Generally, any organization (nonprofit, corporation, or academic) whose response to the COVID-19 pandemic is having an impact on its consumers or workers qualifies for inclusion. However, any content without citations will be removed.


Currently, there are no set policies on handling subsidiaries. Here are some examples of what has been done so far, use your best discretion on what will work best:

  • Including all information under the parent company's article
  • Separating information between subsidiary and parent company's articles
    • Works best when actions being taken are independent or the subsidiary is a better known entity acting on its own
    • Example: Alphabet and its subsidiary Google