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Time 100 Award como una de las personalidades más influyentes del mundo en la categoría de científicos e intelectuales.[28]​

  • En 2007 el Foro Económico Mundial reconoce a Wales como miembro de Young Global Leaders.[29]​
  • El 4 de noviembre de 2009, la Fundación Nokia le otorgó su premio anual a Wales, por el impacto que ha tenido Wikipedia en la World Wide Web.
  • El 14 de octubre de 2010, recibe las llaves de la ciudad de Tijuana (México), por su conferencia en el evento Tijuana Innovadora, realizado en esta ciudad.[31]​
  • En 2010 recibe el premio Gottlieb Duttweiler 2011 «por su contribución a la democratización del acceso al saber».[32]​

Véase también[editar]

  • Usuario:Jimbo Wales

Notas[editar]

  1. ↑(en inglés) Education was always a passion in my household…

The BBC carried statements from a retired detective inspector of the local police force that a nurse at Stoke Mandeville hospital had reported Savile’s abuse of patients there to him in the 1970s and he had repeatedly informed his superiors about this, but they did not believe him.[92]

A former nurse said she saw Savile molest a brain-damaged patient at Leeds hospital, saying, “He kissed her, and I thought he was a visitor coming to see her, and he started rubbing his hands down her arms and then I don’t know of a nice way to put it but he molested her.”[93]

Savile was a volunteer at the adult high-security psychiatric Broadmoor Hospital, and in August 1988 was appointed to chair an interim task force overseeing the management of the hospital, after its management board had been suspended.[94] It is alleged that Savile had hospital keys and access to patients’ rooms.

At the time of his death and the funeral in Leeds Cathedral, he was widely praised for his charity and voluntary activities as well as his entertainment work.[34][35]

Immediately after Savile’s death, Meirion Jones and Liz Mackean from the BBC programme Newsnight began to investigate reports that he had sexually abused children. They interviewed one alleged victim on camera and talked to a number of others who were willing to be quoted about alleged abuse at Duncroft Approved School, the BBC, and Stoke Mandeville Hospital. The former headmistress of Duncroft was Jones’ own aunt.[36] The Newsnight team, which included former police detective Mark Williams-Thomas, also found out about a 2009 Surrey Police investigation into Savile.

The report also found that the CPS had “no record at all” of the case, the file having been “destroyed” on 26 October 2010.[138] Keir Starmer apologised for the shortcomings of the CPS and criticised two police forces for taking an “unjustifiably cautious” approach.[139]

In November 2013 shortly after he left the position of Director of Public Prosecutions, Keir Starmer called for mandatory reporting which would compel all professionals such as teachers, doctors and social workers to report suspicions of child abuse or face legal consequences in the light of the scandal.[140]

On 3 February 2022 Munira Mirza resigned from her post as Director of the Number 10 Policy Unit under prime minister Boris Johnson.

Archived from the original on 29 January 2014. Retrieved 7 March 2017.

  • ^“Jimmy Savile: Children in Need had ban – Sir Roger Jones”. BBC News. 29 October 2012. Retrieved 29 October 2012.
  • ^“‘Creepy’ Jimmy Savile was banned from Children in Need”. The Daily Telegraph. London. 29 October 2012. Archived from the original on 29 October 2012.
    Retrieved 12 May 2021.
  • ^Halliday, Josh (19 December 2012). “Pollard report: George Entwistle ‘did not read emails’ about Jimmy Savile”. The Guardian. London. Retrieved 19 December 2012.
  • ^ abSabbagh, Dan; Plunkett, John (19 December 2012). “Pollard inquiry: BBC ‘incapable’ of dealing with Jimmy Savile affair”. The Guardian. London. Retrieved 19 December 2012.
  • ^O’Mahony, Jennifer (22 February 2013).
    “BBC releases Pollard report into the Savile inquiry”. The Daily Telegraph.
  • During an interview with journalist Alison Bellamy, she shared letters that had been exchanged between Savile and members of the British royal family where Savile had acted as an unofficial advisor. Prince Charles in particular valued Savile’s opinion dearly and in 1989 expressed his desire for his “office to ‘consult’ Savile before his meetings”. There was no indication that the royal family was aware of Savile’s predatory behaviour.[192]

    See also[edit]

    • BBC controversies
    • Criticism of the BBC
    • Institutional abuse
    • Gary Glitter sex offences
    • Bill Cosby sexual assault cases
    • Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse cases
    • Weinstein effect

    References[edit]

    1. ^Evans, Martin (11 October 2012).

      “Sir Jimmy Savile: fourth British TV personality accused in sex allegations”. The Daily Telegraph. London.

    The king of knowledge websites – Wikipedia, is entering the NFT world via the sale of its first edit. Moreover, the Wiki NFT features the very first edit ” Hello World” done by Jimmy Wales on January 15, 2001.

    More about the Wikipedia’s NFT

    Well, not only the ‘first edit’ as NFT but the iMac computer which Jimmy used to create the website, is also open for auction.

    The auction is called ‘The Birth of Wikipedia’ and it began from December 3 until December 5.

    Likewise, the auction is occurring at the website Christies.com. Where the bid started from $100 has now reached $700 for the Wiki NFT and $300 for the iMac computer.

    Interestingly, whoever becomes the final buyer will be able to edit the original edit freely.

    Besides, money from the auction will be channelled into Wale’s current project ‘W.

    T. Social’.

    Duncroft Approved School, did not want to be named. He also expressed concern that a jury would have been “starstruck” by Savile.[105]

    In November 2014 the Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt announced that the enquiry had been widened, with the number of NHS organisations investigating allegations of abuse by Savile extended to 41.[106]

    Police and related investigations[edit]

    Operation Yewtree[edit]

    The Metropolitan Police Service stated on 4 October 2012 that its Child Abuse Investigation Command would lead a process of assessing the allegations.[107] By 9 October the Metropolitan Police had formally recorded eight allegations against Savile, but announced that it was following up 120 lines of inquiry, addressing up to 25 alleged victims of abuse, mainly girls aged between 13 and 16.

    The character Max introduced the band to the audience in a parody of Top of The Pops, having a hairstyle similar to Savile’s, wearing a tracksuit and also using some of his catchphrases.[183] Following a repeat airing of the episode in January 2013, the BBC received over 200 complaints. The BBC apologised and said that the episode would not be broadcast again.[184]

    In June 2015 a stage play about Savile and the abuse scandal was premiered at Park Theatre in Finsbury Park, London. Titled An Audience with Jimmy Savile, it was written by Jonathan Maitland and starred Alistair McGowan as Savile.[185]

    In popular culture[edit]

    Savile was referred to in 2016 in series 3 of the TV programme Line of Duty.

    In February 2015 the inquiry was reconfigured as a statutory inquiry to be chaired by JusticeLowell Goddard.

    Background[edit]

    Jimmy Savile’s autobiography, As It Happens (1974), contains multiple admissions of criminal behaviour, apparently without Savile’s self-incrimination being noticed.[13] He would joke to the press when they phoned him: “She told me she was over 16.”[14] Press investigations dating back to at least 1973 did not lead to the publication of any direct accusations being made against Savile, though rumours persisted and were intermittently mentioned in the print media for many years.[13]

    Savile claimed the key to his success on the BBC programme Jim’ll Fix It had been that he disliked children, although he later admitted to saying it to deflect scrutiny of his private life.

    University of Copenhagen. Archivado desde el original el 3 de diciembre de 2013. Consultado el 2 de diciembre de 2013.

  • ↑«Niels Bohr Conference: Free exchange of information can avert technological threats». University of Copenhagen. 24 de octubre de 2013. Consultado el 2 de diciembre de 2013.
  • ↑«Wiki wedding: Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales marries Tony Blair’s former aide».

    telegraph.co.uk. Consultado el 7 de octubre de 2012.

  • ↑«Jimmy Wales»(en inglés). Archivado desde el original el 21 de junio de 2007. Consultado el 10 de marzo de 2014.
  • abJimmy Wales – Encyclopedia of Alabama. Claire M. Wilson, Auburn University
  • ↑«”The free-knowledge fundamentalist”»(en inglés).
    The Economist. 7 de junio de 2008. p. 25. Consultado el 10 de marzo de 2014.
  • ↑«Objectivism-related e-mail lists»(en inglés). rous.redbarn.org.
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