Ironically complaining about censorship
No longer happy with making Fudzilla disappear from their pages, the Fake penis experts at Wackypedia are trying to make Turkey go the same way.
The outfit which makes famous people disappear has been disappeared
The online encyclopaedia staffed by those who get off on saying that people who are more notable them are not significant has ironically found itself on the wrong end of Chinese censorship.
Its editors were too busy trying to kill Fudzilla
Wikipedia’s editors with fake degrees, and chips on their shoulders about particular IT magazines, failed to notice that their system has been gamed by people who are making a buck out of it.
So much for democracy
New figures confirm that Wackypedia is controlled by a tiny clique of editors who enforce their views on the world.
Wikipedia found to be a useful HTTPS case study,
Harvard researchers found fewer instances of government Wikipedia censorship after the site started encrypting all of its traffic.
We just don’t trust the fake-penis experts to tell the truth
The Chinese government is going to create its own Wikipedia because it does not trust the fake-penis, phoney doctors, and kids with chips on their shoulders, and Daily Tech readers to edit a reliable encyclopaedia.
All fake news
It looks like Wikipeda has not succeed in banning references to the UK’s right-wing tabloid, the Daily Mail.
Remotely controlled obnoxious morons fight each other
Wikipedia editors are finding it so hard to be that obnoxious to magazines and researchers they don’t like and are outsourcing their work to bots – which are spending a lot of time fighting each other.
Rule by an elite few
Wikipedia has degenerated into a 20th century corporate bureaucracy run by an elite few and lost site of its early egalitarian ideals, according to a new report.