DMCA requests help us to ensure that our projects do not contain content that should not belong there. However, sometimes requesters also ask for the personal information of the editors involved in originally uploading content. In these scenarios, our first line of defense in protecting the personal information of our users is that we collect very little. In May, after receiving a DMCA request, we were able to report that the Volunteer Response Team had already worked to remove the infringing content. We were also able to push back on the request for additional contact information of an editor – simply because we did not have it. Privacy is essential to ensuring that people can freely contribute to our projects and we take it very seriously.