How the far-right is keeping Giorgia Meloni’s Wikipedia page free of any ties to fascism
Subtle, intentional omissions obscure Meloni's true nature.
On Nov 30, 2022 by Gabriele Di Donfrancesco
Wikipedia pages briefly defaced with Nazi flag
Wikipedia says the vandalism was reverted within five minutes.
On Aug 16, 2021 by Andrew Wyrich
Wikipedia is swimming in money—why is it begging people to donate?
The site is way richer than it wants you to know.
On May 24, 2021 by Andreas Kolbe
Is this Wikipedia editor who deadnamed a trans celebrity a high-profile film critic?
The curious case of Tenebrae.
On Feb 26, 2021 by Michael Cockram
Annabelle doll keeper forced to debunk Wikipedia-fueled rumor that she ‘escaped’ from museum
Anything is possible in 2020.
On Aug 15, 2020 by Eilish O'Sullivan
So, how does Wikipedia actually work?
Don't take humanity's largest body of knowledge for granted.
On Aug 10, 2020 by Matt Silverman
NYPD caught trying to edit ‘police brutality’ out of its Wikipedia page
A bot caught the change.
On Jul 8, 2020 by Andrew Wyrich
Mark Wahlberg tweeted about George Floyd—now people are pointing to the ‘hate crimes’ section of his Wikipedia page
The section has since been changed to 'controversy.'
On Jun 7, 2020 by Alexandra Samuels
Meet the Wikipedia editors fighting to keep coronavirus pages accurate
'It can be exhausting... but I also know that many people feel powerless over the situation right now.'
On Mar 24, 2020 by Mikael Thalen
Prankster changes Senate’s Wikipedia page amid impeachment trial
'It died on January 31, 2020.'
On Feb 1, 2020 by Mikael Thalen
Here’s why Reddit’s r/technology is down on the Fourth of July
Wikipedia co-founder Larry Sanger wants you to boycott social media.
On Jul 4, 2019 by Mikael Thalen
Threatening text added to Wikipedia 8 days before STEM school shooting (updated)
Wikipedia said it alerted law enforcement about the edit.
On May 7, 2019 by Eilish O'Sullivan
Wikipedia just won’t let this Black female scientist’s page stay
Clarice Phelps likely was the first Black woman to have contributed to the discovery of a new element.
On Apr 29, 2019 by Samira Sadeque
Could Wikipedia lose immunity under the Communications Decency Act?
The case for classifying the world’s largest free encyclopedia as a publisher, like Backpage.com before it
On Mar 8, 2019 by Claire Goforth