arises when people disagree on an issue important to them and want to discuss it. It is also a legal term that applies to appeals to the United States Supreme Court
: the court cannot review cases in which there is no controversy.
Similarly, in the 2003 lawsuit by Red Hat against SCO (see SCO vs Linux), SCO filed a motion to dismiss, as they claimed there was no "actual controversy".
- Wikipedia:List of controversial issues
- Wikipedia:NPOV dispute
- Wikipedia:Accuracy dispute
- Wikipedia:Current disputes over articles