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Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales has slammed British newspaper The Daily Mail, accusing it of publishing fake news articles and "hyped up" headlines. Speaking to CNBC on Friday, Wales, who has started up a new site called Wikitribune to tackle the ...

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