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

Alongside Dachau and Japanese internment camps.
River Donaghey
6.19.18
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Stephen Hawking dead at 76, Democrat leads in deep-red Pennsylvania district, Trump wants militarized "space force," and more.
VICE Staff
3.14.18
The VICE Morning Bulletin

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.
VICE Staff
5.24.17
The VICE Morning Bulletin

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.
VICE Staff
4.25.17
tech

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."
Mike Pearl
11.25.16
State of Surveillance

Wikipedia's Co-Founder Explains Why We Need a Free Internet

Jimmy Wales talked to us about the need to be on the lookout for threats to a free and open internet.
Katherine Keating
5.27.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

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.
Drew Millard
1.5.16
tech

Wikipedia's Co-Founder Is Wikipedia's Most Outspoken Critic

"People that I would say are trolls sort of took over. The inmates started running the asylum."
Zachary Schwartz
11.11.15
tech

These People Are Trying to Bridge the Digital Gender Gap

By 2018, there'll be 350 million fewer women online than men. That needs to change.
Kat Lister
7.28.15
tech

The Quest to Build Australia’s First Indigenous Language Wikipedia

The academics behind "Nyungarpedia" are not only trying to build a new wiki, they're trying to create a database of knowledge that relies on oral tradition rather than Western-style sourcing.
Alan Weedon
6.5.15
News

Why Did NYPD Employees Edit Wikipedia Entries on Sailor Moon and Susan Sarandon?

Today it was revealed that a number of Wikipedia entries were edited by users inside NYPD headquarters, who had opinions on everything from Derek Jeter to Barry Manilow.
Allie Conti
3.13.15
News

Canadian Government Workers Are Causing PR Problems by Editing Wikipedia

Taking a look at a recent Wikipedia edit made by an employee of the Canadian Department of National Defense to an article about mass surveillance in the US.
Patrick McGuire
9.24.14