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  1. T14 Law Professor Wildly Plagiarized Wikipedia In Expert Report, Say Defense ... - Above the Law (0 replies)
  2. Wikipedia founder calls Edward Snowden a hero - Aljazeera.com (0 replies)
  3. Wiki Wormhole: Get ready to strain credulity with Wikipedia's exhaustive list of ... - A.V. ... (0 replies)
  4. Wikipedia co-founder calls Edward Snowden 'hero' for disclosing allegations ... ... (0 replies)
  5. Whither Wikipedia : Old wine in a new bottle? - allvoices (0 replies)
  6. Let's build a semantic web by creating a Wikipedia for relevancy - GigaOM (0 replies)
  7. Wikipedia Could Degenerate If It Can't Fix One Big Problem [CHART] - Business Insider (0 replies)
  8. Wikipedia's demise to continue if editing tools and system are not fixed - reports - Venture ... (0 replies)
  9. Wikipedia Could Degenerate If It Can't Fix One Big Problem [CHART] - The Advocate (0 replies)
  10. Wikipedia Could Degenerate If It Can't Fix One Big Problem [CHART] - San Francisco Chronicle (0 replies)
  11. Wikipedia Could Degenerate If It Can't Fix One Big Problem [CHART] - Houston Chronicle (0 replies)
  12. Wikipedia Could Degenerate If It Can't Fix One Big Problem [CHART] - Seattle Post Intelligencer (0 replies)
  13. Wikipedia Could Degenerate If It Can't Fix One Big Problem [CHART] - Business Insider Australia (0 replies)
  14. Wikipedia Busts 'Sockpuppeters,' Sends Cease and Desist Letter - RedOrbit (0 replies)
  15. Brown Inspires ELA Wikipedia Edit-a-thons - EdSurge (0 replies)
  16. Calacanis on Google: “If they're taking traffic away from Wikipedia, how are they ... ... (0 replies)
  17. Wikipedia Pulls Up Wiki-PR For Unauthorized Editing - RTT News (0 replies)
  18. Jimmy Wales: Wikipedia measures broadband penetration and citizen freedoms - Wired.co.uk (0 replies)
  19. Why Wikipedia needs the PR industry - PRWeek (0 replies)
  20. Wikipedia Sends Paid Editors Cease-And-Desist: Sockpuppet Account ... - International Business Times (0 replies)
  21. Wikipedia escalates war with Wiki-PR, issues cease and desist letter - Digital Trends (0 replies)
  22. New Software to Allow More and Larger Images On Wikipedia - Science Daily (press release) (0 replies)
  23. Medical students do their bit for Wikipedia while learning definitions - Kathimerini (0 replies)
  24. Wikipedia Accuses PR Firm of Slanting Entries - Newser (0 replies)
  25. Wikipedia-Using Professor Riles Corporate Spying Defense - Bloomberg (0 replies)
  26. Wikipedia steps up pressure on paid-for edits - HumanIPO (0 replies)
  27. Wikimedia Foundation wants PR firm to stop selling Wikipedia edits - Malaysia Sun (0 replies)
  28. Wikipedia accuses PR firm of posting biased entries for cash - Engadget (0 replies)
  29. Wikipedia Sends A Cease And Desist Letter To Wiki-PR - Pulse 2.0 (0 replies)
  30. Wikipedia names Texas PR firm over false manipulation of site entries - The Independent (0 replies)
  31. The Switchboard: Wikipedia slaps PR firm with cease-and-desist over fake entries - Washington ... (0 replies)
  32. Switchboard: Wikipedia slaps PR firm with cease-and-desist - Washington Post (blog) (0 replies)
  33. Wikimedia Foundation wants PR firm to stop selling Wikipedia edits - Inquirer (0 replies)
  34. New Software to Allow More and Larger Images on Wikipedia - HispanicBusiness.com (0 replies)
  35. Tcell offers free access to Wikipedia - Telecompaper (subscription) (0 replies)
  36. Wikipedia blames Texas PR firm for skewing hundreds of entries - The Verge (0 replies)
  37. Wikipedia sends cease-and-desist letter to PR firm offering paid edits to site - The Guardian (0 replies)
  38. Wikipedia threatens PR company with lawsuit - CorpComms Magazine (0 replies)
  39. Wikipedia sent a cease-and-desist letter to a PR company - InSerbia News (0 replies)
  40. Wikipedia fights back against PR firm who edited site for clients - RT (0 replies)
  41. Wikipedia cease and desist letter to Wiki-PR, with a lawsuit threatened - SmartCompany.com.au (0 replies)
  42. Wikipedia Rattles Sabre At WikiPR - MediaPost Communications (0 replies)
  43. PR staff strive for Wikipedia whitewashes - Times Higher Education (0 replies)
  44. Wikimedia tells PR firm to stop editing Wikipedia content - San Francisco Business Times (blog) (0 replies)
  45. Wikimedia asks editing services firm to stop changes to Wikipedia - ITworld.com (0 replies)
  46. Wikipedia Has Sent A Cease-And-Desist Letter Over A PR Company's 300 ... ... (0 replies)
  47. Wikipedia Targets Paid Editing Firm - ValueWalk (0 replies)
  48. Wikipedia Ramps Up Fight Against Paid Editing - Mashable (0 replies)
  49. Wikipedia threatens agency Wiki-PR with legal action - PRWeek (0 replies)
  50. Wikipedia threatens agency Wiki-PR with legal action - PRWeek (0 replies)
  51. How to Manage Your Reputation on Wikipedia - Business 2 Community (0 replies)
  52. Women scientists, Wikipedia under microscope - The Japan News (0 replies)
  53. Wikipedia cracks down on "black hat" paid editing - PC Pro (0 replies)
  54. Wikipedia demands PR firm to stop paid editing services - TruthDive (0 replies)
  55. Wikipedia asks editing services firm to stop changes to Wikipedia - ComputerworldUK (0 replies)
  56. Wikipedia demands PR firm to stop paid editing services - ANINEWS (0 replies)
  57. Wikipedia asks editing services firm to stop changes to Wikipedia - Australian Techworld (0 replies)
  58. Wikipedia asks editing services firm to stop changes to Wikipedia - Computerworld New Zealand (0 replies)
  59. Wikimedia Threatens PR Firm With Court Over Paid Wikipedia Articles - The Next Web (0 replies)
  60. Rob Ford skewered in Wikipedia entry - CANOE (0 replies)
  61. Rob Ford skewered in Wikipedia entry - Strathmore Standard (0 replies)
  62. Ford skewered in Wikipedia entry - London Free Press (0 replies)
  63. Rob Ford skewered in Wikipedia entry - Toronto Sun (0 replies)
  64. Wikipedia wants PR firm to stop paid editing services, hints at lawsuit - Ars Technica (0 replies)
  65. Dick Cheney's Alter Ego revealed by Wikipedia - Hilltop Views (0 replies)
  66. 'NHL Revealed' episode guide surfaces on Wikipedia - SB Nation (0 replies)
  67. Now a 'Wikipedia in videos' from Dubai - Khaleej Times (0 replies)
  68. Interview: Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales on the future of the internet - Digital Spy (0 replies)
  69. Rob Ford Wikipedia Vandalism Is Arguably Not Vandalism - Huffington Post Canada (0 replies)
  70. Is medical information on Wikipedia a public-health problem? - Scope (blog) (0 replies)
  71. Interview: Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales on the future of the internet - Digital Spy UK (0 replies)
  72. Wiki Wormhole: Wikipedia remembers TV shows that only lasted one episode - A.V. Club (blog) (0 replies)
  73. Now a 'Wikipedia in videos' from Dubai - Khaleej Times (0 replies)
  74. On Wikipedia, facts alone tell shameful truth - Sydney Morning Herald (0 replies)
  75. The shameful truth - The Canberra Times (0 replies)
  76. New operating system - Boston Globe (0 replies)
  77. 10 years of Kannada Wikipedia: Many more miles to go! - Citizen Matters, Bangalore (0 replies)
  78. Panaji: DKA organizes two day Konkani Wikipedia workshop - Daijiworld.com (0 replies)
  79. The Wikipedia Articles Iran's Government Doesn't Want People to See | mashable - Iranian (0 replies)
  80. Steve Cuozzo - New York Post (0 replies)
  81. Iran Blocks 963 Wikipedia Articles Including Emma Watson And Kristen Stewart - Carbonated.tv (0 replies)
  82. 10th anniversary of Kannada wikipedia - Times of India (0 replies)
  83. Wikipedia Zero: A free encyclopedia for all - Devex (0 replies)
  84. Wikipedia Zero: A free encyclopedia for all - Devex (0 replies)
  85. One telco in Myanmar wants free Wikipedia for all - Tech in Asia (0 replies)
  86. Can Wikipedia Catch Sock Puppets Without Violating User Privacy? - Motherboard (blog) (0 replies)
  87. Posted 46 hours ago - Iranian (0 replies)
  88. Shields Library to host Wikipedia Edit-a-thon - The Aggie (0 replies)
  89. With Both Scalpel and Cudgel, Iran Censors Wikipedia - techPresident (0 replies)
  90. Unmask Wikipedia sock puppets by the way they write - New Scientist (0 replies)
  91. Juniper hires 109-year-old CEO! (well, according to his Wikipedia entry) - Network World (blog) (0 replies)
  92. Juniper hires 109-year-old CEO! (well, according to his Wikipedia entry) - Network World (0 replies)
  93. Wikipedia v David Cameron, Apple v Android, Creatives v Geeks: What we ... - ITProPortal (0 replies)
  94. Wikipedia v David Cameron, Apple v Android, Creatives v Geeks: What we ... - ITProPortal (0 replies)
  95. Citation Filtered: Iran's Censorship of Wikipedia - Iranian (0 replies)
  96. How Iran Uses Wikipedia To Censor The Internet - BuzzFeed (0 replies)
  97. Edit local Wikipedia information at Laurel History Edit-a-thon - Baltimore Sun (0 replies)
  98. Dana Milbank | A speech from Wikipedia [online extra] - The Courier-Journal (0 replies)
  99. Dana Milbank | A speech from Wikipedia [online extra] - The Courier-Journal (0 replies)
  100. A Nerd Stole Bitcoins and Rand Paul Plagiarized Wikipedia - VICE (0 replies)
  101. Free Wikipedia access for Airtel Kenya users - ITWeb Africa (0 replies)
  102. Wikipedia Wobbles - Newsweek Pakistan (0 replies)
  103. Kenya : WIKIPEDIA & Praekelt Foundation to make Wikipedia Zero available on ... ... (0 replies)
  104. Wikipedia And Paid Edits: Companies Pay Top Dollar To Firms Willing To 'Fix ... ... (0 replies)
  105. Wikipedia Zero on mobile in Kenya - HispanicBusiness.com (0 replies)
  106. Jon Stewart Blasts Rand Paul For Plagiarizing Wikipedia - Huffington Post (satire) (0 replies)
  107. Wikipedia Launches Beta Features, Media Viewer and New Fonts Up First - LifeHacker India (0 replies)
  108. Wikipedia Entries On Professors Mean Nothing, Study Finds - Huffington Post (0 replies)
  109. Wikipedia Entries On Professors Mean Nothing, Study Finds - Huffington Post (0 replies)
  110. Wikipedia Launches Media Viewer And New Fonts In New Beta Features - Lifehacker Australia (0 replies)
  111. Breaking Brad: Wikipedia for Congress? - Omaha World-Herald (0 replies)
  112. Breaking Brad: Wikipedia for Congress? - Omaha World-Herald (0 replies)
  113. Breaking Brad: Wikipedia for Congress? - Omaha World-Herald (0 replies)
  114. Jon Stewart Blasts Rand Paul For Plagiarizing Wikipedia - Huffington Post (satire) (0 replies)
  115. Wikipedia Launches Beta Features, Media Viewer and New Fonts Up First - Lifehacker (0 replies)
  116. Wikipedia Launches Beta Features, Media Viewer and New Fonts Up First - Lifehacker (0 replies)
  117. Random Thoughts: Satire, Wikipedia, and Arafat - IMAO (satire) (0 replies)
  118. We want free Wikipedia: SA students - BusinessTech (0 replies)
  119. Telenor to launch Wikipedia Zero in 2014 - Voice & Data Online (0 replies)
  120. US spying harms cloud computing, Internet freedom – Wikipedia founder - GMA News (0 replies)
  121. NSA spying will damage the cloud: Wikipedia founder - BusinessTech (0 replies)
  122. Wikipedia Zero on mobile in Kenya - Bizcommunity.com (0 replies)
  123. Wikipedia Zero Is Headed To Myanmar - The Next Web (0 replies)
  124. US spying hurts cloud computing, online freedom: Wikipedia founder - Times of India (0 replies)
  125. US spying harming Internet freedom, cloud services industry: Wikipedia founder - NDTV (0 replies)
  126. US spying harms cloud computing, Internet freedom: Wikipedia founder - The Star Online (0 replies)
  127. Wales: US spying harms internet freedom - Stuff.co.nz (0 replies)
  128. Wales: US spying harms internet freedom - The Southland Times (0 replies)
  129. US surveillance debacle will hurt the cloud sector: Wikipedia founder - Business Spectator (0 replies)
  130. US spying harms cloud computing, Internet freedom: Wikipedia - MyBroadband (0 replies)
  131. US spying harms cloud computing, Internet freedom: Wikipedia founder Jimmy ... - Economic Times (0 replies)
  132. US spying harms cloud computing, Internet freedom: Wikipedia founder - Malaysia Sun (0 replies)
  133. US eavesdropping threatens cloud computing security, says Wikipedia founder - CBC.ca (0 replies)
  134. US snooping a threat to Internet freedoms, cloud computing – Wikipedia founder - RT (blog) (0 replies)
  135. U.S. Spying Harms Cloud Computing, Internet Freedom: Wikipedia Founder - Carbonated.tv (0 replies)
  136. Wikipedia CEO Calls US Spying Allegations 'Embarrassing,' Bad For Business - Huffington Post (0 replies)
  137. Burnaby mayor's Wikipedia page hit by online troll - Burnaby Now (0 replies)
  138. US spying harms cloud computing, Internet freedom - NDTV (0 replies)
  139. US spying harms cloud computing, Internet freedom - Wikipedia founder - Yahoo!7 News (0 replies)
  140. US spying harms cloud computing, Internet freedom - Wikipedia founder - Reuters India (0 replies)
  141. Does Your Professor Have a Wikipedia Entry? Congrats! It Means Nothing - The Atlantic (0 replies)
  142. Praekelt Foundation, Wikimedia team up to bring free Wikipedia to Kenya - Memeburn (0 replies)
  143. Telenor offers free access to Wikipedia Zero in Myanmar - Telecompaper (subscription) (0 replies)
  144. Telenor ASA : Myanmar given free access to the world's knowledge with ... ... (0 replies)
  145. Myanmar given free access to the world's knowledge with Wikipedia Zero - WebWire (press release) (0 replies)
  146. Uninor to launch Wikipedia Zero next year for Indian mobile users - Telecom Lead (0 replies)
  147. TELENOR : Myanmar given free access to the world's knowledge with Wikipedia ... ... (0 replies)
  148. Rand Paul says he'll provide footnotes after Wikipedia plagiarism debacle - Toronto Sun (0 replies)
  149. Wikipedia eyes India for language growth - Business Recorder (0 replies)
  150. Rand Paul's Response to Wikipedia Plagiarism Charge is Going Very Badly - PolicyMic (0 replies)
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