Wikipedia

5.30.19

The North Face Secretly Vandalized Wikipedia to Improve its Google Search Ranking

It was a not-so-clever ploy to insert North Face products into Wikipedia articles of famous tourist destinations.

6.19.18

Wikipedia Added US Border 'Detention Centers' to Its List of Concentration Camps

Alongside Dachau and Japanese internment camps.

3.14.18

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Stephen Hawking dead at 76, Democrat leads in deep-red Pennsylvania district, Trump wants militarized "space force," and more.

3.14.18

YouTube thinks Wikipedia can solve its fake news problem. Wikipedia isn't so sure.

“Wikipedia is an encyclopedia, not a newspaper."

2.16.18

The Battle for Curling's Wikipedia Page

There is an edit war raging behind the scenes of curling's Wikipedia page. A lot of it has to do with trolls claiming it's not a sport.

5.24.17

The VICE Morning Bulletin

UK raises terror threat level to 'critical,' Senate to subpoena former Flynn businesses, Trump hiring private attorney for Russia probe, and more.

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4.30.17

Turkey Has Blocked Wikipedia and Is Censoring Twitter

President Erdoğan's crackdown on voices of dissent is expanding to the internet.

4.25.17

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Trump backs away from border wall demand, North Korea conducts live-fire military exercises, Arkansas carries out back-to-back executions, and more.

11.25.16

A Wikipedian Explains How Wikipedia Stays Reliable in the Fake News Era

"If Wikipedia's rules were applied to Facebook? Oh my God! They'd lose 99 percent of their content."

3.7.16

How Four French Designers Aim to Create the Ultimate Online Soccer Almanac

Football Inclusive wants to be larger and deeper than any online soccer database. Will fans embrace it?

1.5.16

Here Are the 20 Most-Edited Wikipedia Pages of 2015

"Deaths in 2015" and "Geospatial Summary of the High Peaks/Summits of the Juneau Icefield" won big this year.

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