Why Wikipedia decided to turn on encryption, blocking China's selective censorship.
Russia continues its weird online war on drugs.
TPO wants to be a “meaningful” social network.
The People’s Operator aims to fix what’s “wrong with the web.”
The Wikipedia page of the site of Wednesday's massacre went from nonexistent to vibrant in a matter of hours.
The encyclopedia will now be harder to spy on and censor.
It measures 47 feet long.
With a simple change, Wikipedia could protect its users from surveillance and censorship. But it’s not an easy choice.
The nonprofit that runs Wikipedia and the ACLU say NSA spying threatens anonymity online.