Facebook Face-Off: Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales Launches New Social NetworkWould you pay to join a social network? Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales thinks up to 500 million people could.
Google Blames Wikipedia for Linking California GOP to NazismGoogle is blaming "vandalism" at Wikipedia for search results that incorrectly said the ideology of the California Republican Party included "Nazism."
Craigslist Founder Donates $500,000 To Curb Wikipedia TrollsCraig Newmark said in a statement that preventing "trolling, harassment and cyber-bullying" is essential to ensuring Wikipedia's vitality.
Craigslist Founder Donates $500K To Curb Wikipedia TrollsCraigslist founder Craig Newmark is donating $500,000 to help curb harassment on Wikipedia.
Disgruntled Fan Alters 49ers GM’s Wikipedia PageEvidence of the mounting frustration with the struggles of the San Francisco 49ers has reached Wikipedia.
Wikipedia Gets Another Source Of Cash For Its 15th BirthdayWikipedia is getting another source of cash for its 15th birthday, expanding beyond fundraising drives that have already poured $250 million into the Internet's leading encyclopedia.
Wikipedia Lists U.S. Goalie Tim Howard As Secretary Of Defense After Belgium GameVeteran U.S. Goalie Tim Howard turned in one of the great performances in American soccer history Tuesday, preserving Men's National Team's hopes of advancing until well into extra time. The 16-save outing was the buzz of social media, and apparently even Wikipedia, where users gave him a promotion shortly after the game.
Grumpy Knicks Fans Change Kerr's Wiki Profile, Tweet Rage After Warriors Deal
Tech Report: Online Protest Over Piracy Bills Has An EffectKCBS Technology Analyst Larry Magid looks at the impact of online protests of SOPA and PIPA.
Tech Leaders Stage SF Rally Over Web Piracy BillsAs several prominent Internet companies held online protests Wednesday against anti-piracy legislation being considered by Congress, smaller San Francisco and Silicon Valley-based companies also held a live demonstration.
Wikipedia Goes Dark To Protest Internet Piracy Bill In CongressWikipedia and several other websites have gone dark Wednesday, in what backers are calling the largest Internet protest ever.
Tech Watch: Popular Websites Plan Day Of ProtestCNET Editor at Large Brian Cooley said that several websites are protesting the controversial Stop Online Piracy Act, which is still being discussed in the Senate.
Wikipedia Aims For Diversity On 10th AnniversaryAs the online encyclopedia, Wikipedia nears its 10th birthday on Saturday, its leaders are seeking a more diverse group of editors.