A bunch of more-or-less random editors who happen to want to be the piracy police are dictating the means of internet access for people who use Wikipedia Zero.
Or, how bureaucrats waste their time.
An anonymous editor sent Wikipedia some handwritten corrections.
Good intentions or not, Wikipedia Zero has given the community the opportunity to censor the developing world's internet experience.
A Wikipedia entry for a 3D printer was cut from over 3,000 words to under 300, launching an edit war that even brought in the printer’s inventor.
Angolans have found a clever way to share files using Wikipedia Zero and Facebook’s Free Basics, but what happens to the existing Wikipedia community?
Lila Tretikov is out amid concerns the organization wasn't being transparent about its search engine plans.
The Allen AI Science Challenge shows it takes more than an encylopaedic knowledge to reason your way to a correct answer.
The nonprofit that runs Wikipedia says the idea it was competing a Google competitor has been a big misunderstanding.
The secrecy surrounding Wikimedia’s search engine goes against the organization’s ethos of radical transparency.