May 2019Edit

  Welcome to Wikipedia. I noticed that you recently made a new article or made changes to one by adding things copied from a book, magazine, newspaper or another website without the permission of the copyright holder. Many sources, including websites found on the Internet, are copyrighted. I'm afraid Wikipedia cannot accept any things copied from these sources as it can get Wikipedia into serious legal trouble. The article or changes have been or will soon be deleted. Next time, please look up sources to find out information for articles and explain it in your own words, and don't copy sentences or images from them. Thank you. Zaxxon0 (talk) 22:07, 16 May 2019 (UTC)

  Please stop adding copyrighted things to Wikipedia without permission from the copyright holder, as you did to "Taíno".
For legal reasons, we cannot accept text or images borrowed from books, magazines, newspapers or other websites. These will be deleted. You may use these sources to find out information for Wikipedia, but cannot copy sentences or images from them. Wikipedia takes copyright violations very seriously and users who add copyrighted material again and again will be blocked from changing Wikipedia. Zaxxon0 (talk) 00:27, 17 May 2019 (UTC)