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  1. Wikipedia: Too Large To Ignore Anymore - NewsFactor Network (0 replies)
  2. Wikipedia's got thousands of rules made to be broken - Arizona Daily Star (0 replies)
  3. Brazil striker Fred's wikipedia page dedicated to 'pornstar moustache' - Mirror.co.uk (0 replies)
  4. Blog: Wikipedia to require editors to disclose whether they are paid - Quad City Times (blog) (0 replies)
  5. Wikipedia pops up in college curriculum - Columbia Daily Herald (0 replies)
  6. Go to Wikipedia, go directly to Wikipedia, for its take on Monopoly - A.V. Club Austin (0 replies)
  7. Wikipedia pops up in bibliographies, and even college curriculum - WRTV Indianapolis (0 replies)
  8. Wikipedia pops up in bibliographies, and even college curriculum - kjrh.com (0 replies)
  9. Wikipedia pops up in bibliographies, and even college curriculum - WCPO (0 replies)
  10. Wikipedia holds Edit-a-thon for National Women in Engineering Day - WNN - Women News Network (0 replies)
  11. Wikipedia pops up in bibliographies, and even college curriculum - Mankato Free Press (0 replies)
  12. Wikipedia clamps down on paid editors and sockpuppetry - Wired.co.uk (0 replies)
  13. When Science and Wikipedia Rub Elbows - MyScienceNews (0 replies)
  14. Women and Wikipedia: science and engineering's forgotten labour - Open Democracy (0 replies)
  15. Wikipedia: Too Large To Ignore Anymore - Top Tech News (0 replies)
  16. Wikipedia: Too Large To Ignore - Top Tech News (0 replies)
  17. Non-compliers to Wikipedia's crackdown on bias unlikely to breach Australian law - Marketing ... (0 replies)
  18. Making Sense of Wikipedia - WUSF News (0 replies)
  19. How to Fix Wikipedia's Bureaucracy Problem: Ignore All the Rules - The Slatest (0 replies)
  20. Colleges Identify Wikipedia's Educational Value - U.S. News University (0 replies)
  21. Wikipedia: Too Large To Ignore - CIO Today (0 replies)
  22. Wikipedia: Too Large To Ignore Anymore - Top Tech News (0 replies)
  23. Wikipedia: Too Large To Ignore - CIO Today (0 replies)
  24. Wikipedia Is Smoking Out Paid Editors - Inc.com (0 replies)
  25. Wikipedia changes rules to deter astroturfing - DigitalJournal.com (0 replies)
  26. Wikipedia Changes Disclosure Rules for Paid Editors - Social Times (blog) (0 replies)
  27. Council of of PR Firms Says Obey Wikipedia Rules (Which Many Don't) - O'Dwyer's PR News (0 replies)
  28. Wikipedia's New Rules: Editors Must Disclose If They Are Paid - Mashable (0 replies)
  29. Maryor Dean announces plans for a Wikipedia, of sorts, for Nashville - Nashville Business Journal (0 replies)
  30. theEweekly Wrap: PR firms pledge to use Wikipedia ethically, US satellite allows ... ... (0 replies)
  31. Wikipedia's Ruling Class Deciding How You See History - Business 2 Community (0 replies)
  32. Broker plans to launch 'finance Wikipedia' - The Adviser (0 replies)
  33. Datebook: Hollywood Fringe Fest, Tony Greene and Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon - Los Angeles Times (0 replies)
  34. Former Kingsmen singer suing Wikipedia for $10M - Record American (0 replies)
  35. Debate on Banned Wikipedia Speaker Is Cut Off - O'Dwyer's PR News (0 replies)
  36. Lawsuit: Rogue Wikipedia editors conspired to manipulate Wikipedia pages to ... ... (0 replies)
  37. Someone got creative with Mike Scott's Wikipedia page - Peachtree Hoops (0 replies)
  38. Wikipedia Gets A Revamp On Tablets - WebProNews (0 replies)
  39. US defender a 'god', says Wikipedia page - Nottingham Post (0 replies)
  40. Wikipedia hopes to improve its content by 'removing bias' - Castleford Media (blog) (0 replies)
  41. Where should PR draw the line on Wikipedia editing? - Marketing Interactive (0 replies)
  42. Worker sacked for Wikipedia comments - Herald Scotland (0 replies)
  43. Wikipedia to PR Firms: Sockpuppets Not Welcome - Small Business Trends (0 replies)
  44. John Huppenthal, Serial Wikipedia "Editor" - Tucson Weekly (0 replies)
  45. Group Of Major PR Firms Pledge To Play Nice On Wikipedia - Techdirt (0 replies)
  46. John Brooks' Wikipedia Page Gets Awesome Update - Opposing Views (0 replies)
  47. Wikipedia Now Requiring Full Disclosure of Paid Edits - Techlicious (blog) (0 replies)
  48. Wikipedia is acting against its secret lobbyists - Washington Post (0 replies)
  49. Wikipedia Is Smoking Out Paid Editors - Slate Magazine (blog) (0 replies)
  50. Wikipedia Is Smoking Out Paid Editors - Slate Magazine (blog) (0 replies)
  51. Renegotiating Paid PR Editing on Wikipedia - O'Dwyer's PR News (0 replies)
  52. Wikipedia creates new rules, forcing editors to disclose if they're paid - Ars Technica (0 replies)
  53. Ghana vs United States: John Brooks fans edit Wikipedia declaring him greatest ... - Mirror.co.uk (0 replies)
  54. Civil servant sacked over Hillsborough slurs on Wikipedia - Sheffield Telegraph (0 replies)
  55. How The Telegraph identified the Hillsborough Wikipedia vandal - Telegraph.co.uk (0 replies)
  56. Civil servant sacked over Hillsborough slurs on Wikipedia - The Star (0 replies)
  57. The Most Influential Figures On Wikipedia Are White, Western Males - Co.Exist (0 replies)
  58. Civil servant sacked over Hillsborough disaster Wikipedia edits - Evening Standard (0 replies)
  59. Civil servant sacked over Hillsborough slurs posted on Wikipedia from ... - Scottish Daily Record (0 replies)
  60. Wikipedia changes terms of service for PR firms changing company pages - Siliconrepublic.com (0 replies)
  61. Wikipedia to charge PR firms changing company pages - Siliconrepublic.com (0 replies)
  62. Hillsborough Wikipedia edits: Civil servant fired for making offensive changes - The Independent (0 replies)
  63. Hillsborough Wikipedia slurs: Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude's full ... - Irish Mirror (0 replies)
  64. Civil servant sacked for offensive Wikipedia edits on Hillsborough - The Guardian (0 replies)
  65. Civil servant sacked for offensive Hillsborough comments - Metro (0 replies)
  66. Civil servant fired over Hillsborough abuse on Wikipedia - The Times (subscription) (0 replies)
  67. Civil servant fired over offensive Hillsborough comments on Wikipedia - The Drum (0 replies)
  68. Dozens more government Wikipedia vandals will never be found, Minister admits - Telegraph.co.uk (0 replies)
  69. Hillsborough Wikipedia Slurs Scandal: Civil Servant Sacked for Making 'Sick ... ... (0 replies)
  70. Hillsborough Wikipedia slurs: Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude's full ... - Mirror.co.uk (0 replies)
  71. Civil servant sacked over Hillsborough slurs posted on Wikipedia from ... - Irish Mirror (0 replies)
  72. Civil Servant Sacked For 'Sickening' Edits To Hillsborough Wikipedia Page - Huffington Post UK (0 replies)
  73. Hillsborough: junior civil servant sacked for offensive Wikipedia edits - Herald Scotland (0 replies)
  74. Francis Maude's statement on the Hillsborough Wikipedia vandal - Telegraph.co.uk (0 replies)
  75. Written Statement - Hillsborough Wikipedia Edits - DeHavilland (press release) (subscription) (0 replies)
  76. Wikipedia enhances rules... - Rappler (0 replies)
  77. Hillsborough: Civil servant sacked for Wikipedia slurs - BBC News (0 replies)
  78. Civil servant sacked after Hillsborough Wikipedia posts - ITV News (0 replies)
  79. Civil servant fired after investigation into Hillsborough Wikipedia slurs - Irish Independent (0 replies)
  80. Civil servant fired after Telegraph investigation into Hillsborough Wikipedia slurs - Telegraph. ... (0 replies)
  81. Civil servant fired after Telegraph investigation inti Hillsborough Wikipedia slurs - Telegraph. ... (0 replies)
  82. Wikipedia insists paid editors reveal their bits in public - Register (0 replies)
  83. Revealed: How The Telegraph found the Hillsborough Wikipedia vandal - Telegraph.co.uk (0 replies)
  84. Wikipedia beefs up disclosure rules regarding paid edits - CNET (0 replies)
  85. Wikipedia says editors must disclose all paid contributions - Al Jazeera America (0 replies)
  86. Brooks' goal leads to funny Wikipedia edits - Newsday (0 replies)
  87. Brooks' goal leads to funny Wikipedia edits - Newsday (0 replies)
  88. John Brooks' Wikipedia page gets a healthy update after huge goal vs Ghana - Larry Brown Sports (0 replies)
  89. Wikipedia Guards Against “Black Hat” Editors With Requirement To Disclose ... - Marketing Land (0 replies)
  90. PR firms pledge to stop unethical Wikipedia edits from now on - Shiny Shiny (0 replies)
  91. Wikipedia Tells Marketers and PR Reps to Come Clean - Adweek (0 replies)
  92. Will Policy Changes Make Wikipedia More Trustworthy? - WebProNews (0 replies)
  93. Wikipedia now forcing editors to disclose any paid contributions - VentureBeat (0 replies)
  94. Meet hitchBOT, the Wikipedia-quoting robot that wants to hitchhike across Canada - The Weather ... (0 replies)
  95. Wikipedia now requires its editors to disclose all paid contributions - The Next Web (0 replies)
  96. Wikipedia Strengthens Rules Against Undisclosed Editing - Wall Street Journal (blog) (0 replies)
  97. DJ Cassidy corrected the mistakes on his Wikipedia page - The Daily Telegraph (0 replies)
  98. Wikipedia Critic 'Condemned Without a Trial' - O'Dwyer's PR News (0 replies)
  99. DJ Cassidy corrected the mistakes on his Wikipedia page - Herald Sun (0 replies)
  100. Boris Johnson: there are worse things than a mildly inaccurate Wikipedia entry - TechRadar UK (0 replies)
  101. When Science and Wikipedia Draw Close - MyScienceNews (0 replies)
  102. No more sneaky Wikipedia edits, PR firms promise - Marketing Interactive (0 replies)
  103. PR firms agree to abide by Wikipedia rules - DigitalJournal.com (0 replies)
  104. Wikipedia pops up in bibliographies, and even college curricula - Los Angeles Times (0 replies)
  105. Washington PR Firms Promise to Stop Editing Wikipedia Pages - In The Capital (0 replies)
  106. Jesus beaten to Wikipedia's most influential by Carl Linnaeus - ChristianToday (0 replies)
  107. Major PR firms agree not to edit clients' Wikipedia entries - Chron.com (0 replies)
  108. Who Is The Most Influential Person On Wikipedia? - Yahoo Singapore News (0 replies)
  109. 18th century Swedish biologist Carl Linnaeus is bigger than Jesus (on Wikipedia ... - BetaNews (0 replies)
  110. Study: Majority of Wikipedia's Health Entries Are Terrifyingly Wrong - Philadelphia Magazine (blog) (0 replies)
  111. The Definitive Oral History Of The Wikipedia Photo For "Grinding" - BuzzFeed (0 replies)
  112. 7 Experts Weigh in on the PR/Wikipedia Agreement - mediabistro.com (0 replies)
  113. World Cup 2014: Yuichi Nishimura gets his Wikipedia profile changed after ... - The Independent (0 replies)
  114. 'Malicious edits' made to People's Action Party Wikipedia page - Yahoo Singapore News (0 replies)
  115. And the winner of Wikipedia's influence list is … an 18th century botanist. Hear ... ... (0 replies)
  116. 'Vicious' edits to PAP's Wikipedia page - Straits Times (0 replies)
  117. CalArtians Edit Wikipedia to 'Broaden Scope of Art Coverage' - SCVNEWS.com (0 replies)
  118. Young Wikipedia editors become 'Warriors' during weekly library course - Lawrence Journal World (0 replies)
  119. Jesus beaten to number one spot on Wikipedia by Swedish biologist Carl ... - ITProPortal (0 replies)
  120. Referee Yuichi Nishimura's Wikipedia page hacked after controversial penalty call - Larry Brown ... (0 replies)
  121. Deepak Chopra and the Future of Wikipedia (VIDEO) - Huffington Post (0 replies)
  122. Deepak Chopra and the Future of Wikipedia (VIDEO) - Huffington Post (0 replies)
  123. Meet the Cute, Wellies-Wearing, Wikipedia-Reading Robot That's Going to ... - The Atlantic (0 replies)
  124. Analysis: Sinatra Is Planet's Most Important Person... - Newser (0 replies)
  125. Analysis: Sinatra Is Planet's Most Important Person... - Newser (0 replies)
  126. PR firms pledge 'ethical' use of Wikipedia - BBC News (0 replies)
  127. Revealed: Most Influential Person On Wikipedia - Eagle Radio (0 replies)
  128. Wikipedia Reveals Most Influential Person In History, No It's Not Jesus - Huffington Post UK (0 replies)
  129. Revealed: Most Influential Person On Wikipedia - Orange UK News (0 replies)
  130. Revealed: Most Influential Person On Wikipedia - Sky News (0 replies)
  131. Swede ranked as most influential on Wikipedia - The Local.se (0 replies)
  132. Most important person on English-language wikipedia ? Frank Sinatra - HITC (0 replies)
  133. Right to be forgotten: Wikipedia founder thinks European court ruling amounts to ... - Tech Times (0 replies)
  134. 18th century biologist bigger than Jesus on Wikipedia - New Zealand Herald (0 replies)
  135. Israeli propagandists taking over Wikipedia? - Scoop.co.nz (0 replies)
  136. The most influential person in history, according to Wikipedia - CNET (0 replies)
  137. Wikipedia's most influential - The Southland Times (0 replies)
  138. Wikipedia's most influential person - Stuff.co.nz (0 replies)
  139. Major PR firms agree not to edit clients' Wikipedia entries - SFGate (0 replies)
  140. Israeli propagandists taking over Wikipedia? - Redress Information & Analysis (0 replies)
  141. The most influential person on Wikipedia is someone you've probably never ... - Washington Post (0 replies)
  142. PR Firms Extend an Olive Branch to the Wikipedia Community - Inc.com (0 replies)
  143. The Most Influential People Ever, According To Wikipedia - Gizmodo Australia (0 replies)
  144. CONFIRMED: Companies Have Been Editing Wikipedia Pages To Make ... - Business Insider Australia (0 replies)
  145. Who Does Wikipedia Think Is Bigger Than Jesus? - Smithsonian (0 replies)
  146. Global PR firms sign agreement to stop abusing Wikipedia - The Independent (0 replies)
  147. Wikipedia study says Sinatra most important person - RTE.ie (0 replies)
  148. Wikipedia Dicey as Medical Info Source - Scientific American (0 replies)
  149. Most important person on English-language wikipedia? Frank Sinatra - The Guardian (0 replies)
  150. Leading PR Firms promise Wikipedia of fair conduct - Techie News (0 replies)
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