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  1. Wikipedia begins taking donations in bitcoins - Economic Times (0 replies)
  2. Michael Dell. Source: Wikipedia commons, author: mikeandryan - DigitalJournal.com (0 replies)
  3. Levant Wikipedia entry unrelated to Leadercast - Nanaimo Daily News (0 replies)
  4. THE INSIDER: Nzimande points varsity students to Wikipedia - BDlive (0 replies)
  5. Internet.Org's App With Free Access To Facebook, Google, Wikipedia, Local Info ... - TechCrunch (0 replies)
  6. Wikipedia Now Accepts Donations in Bitcoin - International Business Times UK (0 replies)
  7. New York Times Issues Response to Wikipedia Plagiarism Charge - TheWrap (0 replies)
  8. Wikipedia Begins Taking Donations in Bitcoin - New York Times (0 replies)
  9. Wikipedia Finally Accepts Bitcoin Donations - CryptoCoinsNews (0 replies)
  10. BC Premier Christy Clark slammed by fake Wikipedia edit - Yahoo News Canada (blog) (0 replies)
  11. BitBeat: Wikipedia Adopts Bitcoin - Wall Street Journal (blog) (0 replies)
  12. On Wikipedia, Lewis Hamilton is already the 2014 F1 champ - RoadandTrack.com (0 replies)
  13. IN SEARCH OF SEXISM Taxpayers shell out $200G to study Wikipedia 'bias' - Bayoubuzz (0 replies)
  14. Government spending $200000 to study 'gender bias' on Wikipedia - NEWS.GNOM.ES (0 replies)
  15. Wikipedia Now Accepts Bitcoin Donations With Coinbase - TechCrunch (0 replies)
  16. Wikipedia Donations Can Now Be Made in Bitcoin - WebProNews (0 replies)
  17. Feds spend $200K to uncover why Wikipedia seems to be sexist - Washington Times (0 replies)
  18. Feds spend $200K to uncover why Wikipedia seems to be sexist - Washington Times (0 replies)
  19. 'Weird Al' Yankovic Plays 'Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?' - Diffuser.fm (0 replies)
  20. Wikipedia Now Accepts Bitcoin Donations - CoinDesk (0 replies)
  21. Feds to Dole Out Over $200K to Study Why Wikipedia is Sexist - The College Fix (0 replies)
  22. Wikipedia Wins One Battle Against Black Hat Paid Editing - WebProNews (0 replies)
  23. Feds to Spend $200K Studying 'Gender Bias' at Wikipedia - National Review Online (blog) (0 replies)
  24. Kindle app adds Wikipedia integration and notes export - Cult of Mac (0 replies)
  25. How to find out when UK politicians are editing Wikipedia pages - The Guardian (0 replies)
  26. How a Wikipedia Hoax Becomes the Truth, Sarah Palin Starts Selling ... - Re/code (0 replies)
  27. Wikipedia scores a key victory against paid-editing services using ... - The Next Web (0 replies)
  28. Government-Funded Study: Why Is Wikipedia Sexist? - Washington Free Beacon (0 replies)
  29. Political staffers best be wary when wrangling Wikipedia entries - CBC.ca (0 replies)
  30. Should Agencies Edit Their Own Wikipedia Pages? - mediabistro.com (0 replies)
  31. Suspicious Congressional Edits Earn Wikipedia Ban - Ring of Fire (0 replies)
  32. Suspicious Congressional Edits Earn Wikipedia Ban - Ring of Fire (0 replies)
  33. New York Times Journalist Accused Of Plagiarizing Wikipedia - Daily Caller (0 replies)
  34. Kindle App Gets Support for Placeholders, Notes Export, Wikipedia Smart Lookup - iClarified (0 replies)
  35. Plagiarizing Wikipedia Is Still Plagiarism, at BuzzFeed or the New York Times - New York Magazine (0 replies)
  36. Internet liability rules change (again) after Wikipedia case - JD Supra (press release) (0 replies)
  37. Why Wikipedia blocked Congress from editing the online encyclopedia - The Post-Standard (0 replies)
  38. NYT looking into claim one of its reporters swiped from Wikipedia - Poynter.org (0 replies)
  39. New York Times Pinches Piero di Cosimo's Wikipedia Page - artnet News (0 replies)
  40. New York Times Reporter Lifted Text From Wikipedia, Too - Gawker (0 replies)
  41. Wikipedia Bans Congress From Editing Pages - The Onion (satire) (0 replies)
  42. New York Times Arts Reporter Copies Renaissance Painter's Wikipedia Entry - Hyperallergic (0 replies)
  43. Russian Government IP Address Caught Editing German Wikipedia MH17 Article - Global Voices Online (0 replies)
  44. Campaign to get free access to Wikipedia on cell phones goes global - htxt.africa (0 replies)
  45. How Wikipedia Zero Could Revolutionize The World [ EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW] - Dazeinfo (0 replies)
  46. House staffers blocked from Wikipedia for 'disruptive editing' - New York Post (0 replies)
  47. Wikipedia banning House of Representatives from editing - CW39 NewsFix (0 replies)
  48. Wikipedia banning House of Representatives from editing - CW39 NewsFix (0 replies)
  49. An NYT Lede That Duplicates Wikipedia - mediabistro.com (0 replies)
  50. Government trolls banned from Wikipedia - TG Daily (0 replies)
  51. US Congress gets banned from Wikipedia for trolling edits - ITProPortal (0 replies)
  52. Congress Can't Be Trusted to Edit Wikipedia? What About Screwing With the ... - Reason (blog) (0 replies)
  53. Let Wikipedia indoctrinate you into its list of secret societies - A.V. Club Austin (0 replies)
  54. Let Wikipedia indoctrinate you into its list of secret societies - A.V. Club Milwaukee (0 replies)
  55. Wikipedia clamps down on government edits - Wired.co.uk (0 replies)
  56. US Congress gets banned from Wikipedia for trolling edits - ITProPortal (0 replies)
  57. US Congress gets banned from Wikipedia for trolling edits - ITProPortal (0 replies)
  58. Wikipedia prankster labels Mayor Slay an 'atheist' - STLtoday.com (0 replies)
  59. Wikipedia blocks US Congress edits - Blouin News Blogs (0 replies)
  60. Congressional IP Address Temporarily Banned From Making Wikipedia Edits - RedOrbit (0 replies)
  61. Wikipedia ban edits from US Congress - ComputerWeekly.com (0 replies)
  62. 'Google must not be left to censor history' – Wikipedia founder - History News Network (0 replies)
  63. Wikipedia founder questions 'right to be forgotten' - HoldTheFrontPage.co.uk (0 replies)
  64. Wikipedia wars rage over religion - ucanews (0 replies)
  65. Wikipedia bars editing from U.S. Congress - Deccan Chronicle (0 replies)
  66. WIkipedia Bans House Staffers From Editing Pages - Town Hall (0 replies)
  67. Wikipedia puts 10-day ban on Congress edits - TheCelebrityCafe.com (0 replies)
  68. Wikipedia imposes editing ban on House staffers - Washington Times (0 replies)
  69. Wikipedia Bans Anonymous Edits by House Members and Their Staff - Breitbart News (0 replies)
  70. Google Is Testing A Wikipedia-Powered Interactive Timeline View For Historical ... - Android Police (0 replies)
  71. US House of Representatives Banned from Making Wikipedia Edits: Staff ... - Latin Post (0 replies)
  72. Telugu Wikipedia struggles to stay afloat - The Hindu (0 replies)
  73. Manchester United remain confident of deal for Arsenal defender - whilst ... - Irish Independent (0 replies)
  74. Donald Rumsfeld called an 'Alien Lizard' per the latest Wikipedia edit - Carbonated.tv (0 replies)
  75. Religion On Wikipedia Is A Recipe For Controversy As 'Edit Wars' Rage On - Huffington Post (0 replies)
  76. In Ukraine Crisis, War Of Words Hits Wikipedia - RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty (0 replies)
  77. Wikipedia Bans Congressional IP Address from Editing Entries - Breitbart News (0 replies)
  78. AOL.com Article - Wikipedia blocks Congress from editing - AOL News (blog) (0 replies)
  79. Doctors and Translators Are Working Together to Bridge Wikipedia's Medical ... ... (0 replies)
  80. Wikipedia puts Congress in time out, blocks editing - Palm Beach Post (0 replies)
  81. Wikipedia Blocks Page Edits From US Congress - Sunday Leader (0 replies)
  82. Soulja Boy Wrote a Wikipedia Entry For Himself When He Was Fifteen - CollegeNews (0 replies)
  83. House of Representatives banned from editing Wikipedia - myfoxny.com (0 replies)
  84. Wikipedia blocks House staffers from anonymous editing - Daily Digest (0 replies)
  85. Wikipedia Just Put Congress in Time-Out - RYOT (0 replies)
  86. Congress Gets Banned from Editing Wikipedia - TIME (0 replies)
  87. Wikipedia imposes ban on editing by US House of Representatives - CIOL (0 replies)
  88. 'Donald Rumsfeld is an alien lizard': Wikipedia bans US lawmakers from editing ... - Metro (0 replies)
  89. 'Donald Rumsfeld is an alien lizard': Wikipedia bans US lawmakers from editing ... - Metro (0 replies)
  90. Software Bot Produces Up To 10000 Wikipedia Entries Per Day - Singularity Hub (0 replies)
  91. Wikipedia Blocks US House for 'Disruptive Editing' - Newsweek (0 replies)
  92. Wikipedia blocks US Congress edits - Panorama.am (0 replies)
  93. Wikipedia blocks US Congress from making changes following 'disruptive editing' - The Drum (0 replies)
  94. All You Need To Know About Ebola Virus – Wikipedia - Osun Defender (0 replies)
  95. Wikipedia bans 'disruptive' page edits from US Congress - Tech2 (0 replies)
  96. Wikipedia blocks Congress edits - iAfrica.com (0 replies)
  97. US Congress banned from editing Wikipedia after staff caught trolling - HITC (0 replies)
  98. Wikipedia Blocks 'Disruptive' Edits From US Congress - NDTV (0 replies)
  99. Wikipedia's edit wars and the 8 religious pages people can't stop editing - STLtoday.com (0 replies)
  100. Members of U.S. House Have Reportedly Been Making 'Disruptive' Edits on ... - TheBlaze.com (0 replies)
  101. US Congress' Wikipedia editing rights blocked - 3News NZ (0 replies)
  102. Wikipedia Blocks Page Edits From Congress - CBS Local (0 replies)
  103. Stephen McNeil's Wikipedia page gets edits - TheChronicleHerald.ca (0 replies)
  104. Congressional IP Address Slapped With 10-Day Wikipedia Ban - PC Magazine (0 replies)
  105. AFP Wikipedia blocks 'disruptive' edits from US Congress - Yahoo!7 News (0 replies)
  106. Wikipedia Bans Congressional Staff Over Absurd Edits About Fake Moon ... - The Inquisitr (0 replies)
  107. Members of congress banned from Wikipedia for 10 days - DigitalJournal.com (0 replies)
  108. Wikipedia blocks US Capitol computers from editing online encyclopaedia after ... - ABC Online (0 replies)
  109. Wikipedia Bans Edits From Congress for Ten Days - ValueWalk (0 replies)
  110. Wikipedia Bans Edits From Congress for Ten Days - ValueWalk (0 replies)
  111. Someone Has Been Using Congressional Internet to Make Goofy Changes to ... - New York Magazine (0 replies)
  112. Wikipedia Bans Changes From Anonymous House Users After 'Disruptive Editing' - Huffington Post (0 replies)
  113. Wikipedia Bans US Congress from Editing - Kioskea (0 replies)
  114. Wikipedia bans edits from Congressional troublemaker(s) - Al Jazeera America (blog) (0 replies)
  115. Congress just got banned from editing Wikipedia - Death and Taxes (0 replies)
  116. Wikipedia blocks Congress from editing articles in response to 'disruptive' revisions - Raw Story (0 replies)
  117. “Trolled” from US Congress, Wikipedia bans edits - The Hindu (0 replies)
  118. Wikipedia bans editing of its pages by Congressional staffers after 'online ... - Telegraph.co.uk (0 replies)
  119. US Congress computers banned from Wikipedia after anonymous user edits ... - NEWS.com.au (0 replies)
  120. Wikipedia blocks US Congress page edits following article vandalism - Digital Spy (0 replies)
  121. Wikipedia temporarily bans Congress IPs over 'persistent' editing - RT (0 replies)
  122. Wikipedia blocks US Congress - The Daily Star (0 replies)
  123. Wikipedia blocks 'disruptive' edits from US Congress - Hindustan Times (0 replies)
  124. Wikipedia Blocks Congress Over 'Persistent Disruptive Editing' - Reason (0 replies)
  125. Wikipedia Bans 'Disruptive' Edits By Congress - Sky News (0 replies)
  126. Wikipedia Bans 'Disruptive' Edits By Congress - Sky News (0 replies)
  127. 'Google must not be left to censor history' – Wikipedia founder - RT (0 replies)
  128. Denied! Wikipedia Blocks Edits from US Congress - Discovery News (0 replies)
  129. Wikipedia blocks US Congress edits - Bayoubuzz (0 replies)
  130. 'Right to be forgotten' fury: Now Wikipedia and newspaper bosses voice fears for ... - Express.co.uk (0 replies)
  131. Wikipedia blocks 'disruptive' edits from US Congress - Channel News Asia (0 replies)
  132. Wikipedia Bans Congress From Editing Pages For 10 Days - Fast Company (0 replies)
  133. Wikipedia blocks 'disruptive'... - Rappler (0 replies)
  134. Wikipedia Gives Congress Week-Long Ban After Making 'Disruptive' Edits - Opposing Views (0 replies)
  135. Congress' Wikipedia Trolling Just Got Them Banned From Editing Anything Else - Bustle (0 replies)
  136. Wikipedia blocks 'disruptive' edits from US Congress - GlobalPost (0 replies)
  137. Wikipedia Bans Congress For A Week After 'Disruptive' Edits - Firedoglake (0 replies)
  138. Wikipedia blocks Congress edits - iAfrica.com (0 replies)
  139. House Of Representatives Banned From Editing Wikipedia - Daily Caller (0 replies)
  140. US Congressional staffers receive a nine day ban from Wikipedia… - Slugger O'Toole (0 replies)
  141. US Congress banned from editing Wikipedia after staff caught trolling - The Guardian (0 replies)
  142. Wikipedia blocks 'disruptive' page edits from US Congress - Citifmonline (0 replies)
  143. Google must not be left to 'censor history', Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales warns - Telegraph.co.uk (0 replies)
  144. Right to be forgotten: Wikipedia chief enters internet censorship row - The Guardian (0 replies)
  145. Wikipedia boss: 'Google should not censor history' - Irish Independent (0 replies)
  146. Google must not be left to 'censor history', warns Wikipedia found Jimmy Wales ... - Daily Mail (0 replies)
  147. Wikipedia Blocks IP Address Connected to U.S. House After 'Disruptive' Edits - Mediaite (0 replies)
  148. Who's banned from editing Wikipedia this week? Congress - Ars Technica (0 replies)
  149. Who's banned from editing Wikipedia this week? Congress - Ars Technica (0 replies)
  150. Someone At US Congress Gets Banned From Wikipedia For Trolling - Gizmodo Australia (0 replies)
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