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Apple, Amazon, and Google don't pay to integrate Wikipedia articles into their search products. The non-profit now hopes to use contracts with Big Tech to help fund 'knowledge equity' around the world.


What is Wikipedia? Here's what you should know about the crowd-sourced and openly edited online encyclopaedia


How to create a Wikipedia page for a person, place, company, or any notable topic



For years, an American has been writing articles in a stereotypical Scottish accent on the official Scots Wikipedia, and some people online are not happy


Twitter is testing a system that lets users label false or misleading tweets by politicians, taking a cue from sites like Wikipedia and Reddit.


These were the people and events that made the internet curious in 2019, according to Wikipedia



Elon Musk fact-checked his own Wikipedia page and requested edits including the fact he does 'zero investing'


Putin proposed replacing Wikipedia in Russia with a 'Big Russian Encyclopaedia' days after passing a law to let him cut off the entire country from the web


Here are all the major US tech companies blocked behind China's 'Great Firewall'


Reddit, Wikipedia, and PornHub are strong-arming users into protesting against laws that could change the face of the internet in Europe


'High School Musical' actor Corbin Bleu has more Wikipedia pages than almost anyone else on earth and Reddit may have just solved why


This is the one internet law Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales would radically rewrite



These are the best apps to download if you own an iPhone X, iPhone XS, or iPhone XS Max


New laws that threatened to tear the internet apart have been sent back to the drawing board in Europe


Wikipedia is blacked out across Europe in protest against laws that could change the internet forever


Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez didn't have a Wikipedia page on Monday. On Tuesday, she shook up the Democratic party by winning the New York primary election



YouTube will include Wikipedia info next to videos promoting conspiracy theories


A former Google data scientist studied thousands of people on Wikipedia and uncovered key insights about what makes people successful


Time for the truth to interfere with the copyright battle in Australia


Wikipedia says Australians 'break the law everyday' on copyright and has launched a reform campaign