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The free encyclopedia that anyone can edit.

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Turkey blocked access to Wikipedia after it refused to remove content

Foreign affairs Communities
TechCrunch

Wikipedia has been blocked in Turkey

Foreign affairs
Slashdot

Wikipedia Is Being Blocked In Turkey

@zackbogue via Wired

Hate the News? Wikipedia's Co-Founder Wants You to Edit It

Publishing Communities
Observer Innovation

Wikipedia Is Not Free in Nepal Because of a Cellphone Company

ISPs Communities
VentureBeat

How Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales plans to curb the spread of fake news

Communities Publishing
memeburn

Wikipedia's new crowdfunded newspaper 'can fix news'

Nieman Lab , CNET , the Guardian , +2

Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales launches Wikitribune, a large-scale attempt to combat fake news

Communities Publishing
SiliconANGLE Media

Wikipedia traffic shows how long we remember plane crashes - SiliconANGLE

The Verge

Traffic to Wikipedia articles show how we remember plane crashes

Technical.ly

Saturday: Smash the patriarchy at Powrplant's Wikipedia edit-a-thon Brooklyn

memeburn

9 ridiculous Wikipedia lists to waste away the work day

Slashdot

Study Reveals Bot-On-Bot Editing Wars Raging On Wikipedia's Pages

The Guardian

Study reveals bot-on-bot editing wars raging on Wikipedia's pages

The Guardian

Reliability is all for Wikipedia, which is why we banned Daily Mail

Communities
Ars Technica

Handful of “highly toxic” Wikipedia editors cause 9% of abuse on the site

Communities Cyber security Science
Observer Innovation

Wikipedia Bans the Daily Mail as a Source Because It’s ‘Unreliable’

Communities Publishing Messaging
Nieman Lab

Wikipedia calls the Daily Mail "generally unreliable," and bans it as a source in most cases

Communities
Slashdot

Wikipedia Bans Daily Mail As 'Unreliable' Source

The Guardian , TNW

Wikipedia bans Daily Mail as 'unreliable' source for website

Communities Publishing