Wikimedia, Ubuntu, Monero, and several other open source organizations have announced that they are moving away from the historical network.
Scots is an official language of Scotland. An administrator of the Scots Wikipedia page is an American who doesn't speak Scots but simply tries to write in a Scottish accent.
Kazakhstan is telling citizens to download a cryptographic certificate, letting authorities monitor their traffic. Mozilla and Wikimedia are discussing how to respond from afar.
The Wikimedia Foundation wasn’t given warning before Susan Wojcicki announced at SXSW that YouTube is planning to use its content to debunk fake news.
The man behind Wikipedia wants to help fix the news business, if not society itself, from the corrosive effects of fake news. Will his plan work?
"This is worth a little 'discomfort' in order to feel more welcoming for women, trans and genderqueer future contributors."
Lila Tretikov is out amid concerns the organization wasn't being transparent about its search engine plans.
The nonprofit that runs Wikipedia says the idea it was competing a Google competitor has been a big misunderstanding.
"Monkey see, monkey sue is not good law – at least not in the Ninth Circuit."
You know the one.
The nonprofit that runs Wikipedia and the ACLU say NSA spying threatens anonymity online.
A monkey took a selfie in the jungle, and now the camera's owner is trying to stake his claim over the majestic beast's glamor shot by taking legal action against Wikimedia for publishing the image in their public domain library. Does he have a case...