Once it's in Wikipedia, it is viewed by the world and cannot be recalled. You can follow Dianna on Twitter diannahuff. If you feel insufficient attention is being paid to problems with an article about you, try placing a note on the help desk detailing the problems.
It may be ignored by most passers-by, but it will surely be noticed by someone. You must be a registered user to make changes to existing Wikipedia pages and articles, as well as to create your own. The hope is that the rest of the Wikipedia community will jump in to expand on the stub and this helps with the neutrality requirement.
Random articles are often found by hitting the " Random article " tab on the left. Read the conflict of interest COI guideline. Get mentioned in third party sources. Then, you can add the citation of that reporter repeating that not true thing to your Wikipedia page, making that untrue thing a true thing.
Independent creation encourages independent validation of both significance and verifiability. Get referenced in other wiki pages. How Wikipedia's COI guideline applies No ownership of articles You do not own "your" article and cannot control what is in it.
You can be sure that The National Enquirerprivate websites and blogs, radio and TV, and even some newspapers, will not treat you as fairly as Wikipedia does.
Eventually, I assumed mine was fine and went ahead and moved it to the public space.