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Us Army And Navy Unban Twitch Commenter Who Criticized The Military

The US Army and Navy have agreed to unban Jordan Uhl, the activist who linked to a Wikipedia page listing US military war crimes in their Twitch chats. After the incident, Uhl wrote an article criticizing the military for using Twitch to scout for...
Related topics: Military, Activism

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Stream Komusō & Setsuko’s Blisteringly Intense New Split Ep

According to the infinite font of wisdom that is Wikipedia, the Komusō were "a group of Japanese mendicant monks of the Fuke school of Zen Buddhism who flourished during the Edo period of 1600–1868." Komusō, the band whose name invokes those...

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Sargon Of Akkad Wins Attorney Fees In We Thought She Would Win/sjw Levels Of Awareness Copyright...

[Source: Wikipedia, Hans Ollermann, (CC BY-SA 2.0).] From yesterday's decision by Judge Richard J. Sullivan (S.D.N.Y.) in Hughes v. Benjamin: Defendant Carl Benjamin, also known as "Sargon of Akkad," brings this motion for attorneys' fees pursuant...
Related topics: Lawsuits

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More Precise Names For The “personal Life” Section On Wikipedia

Ginny Hogan and Eugenia Viti offer a humorous list of alternative names for the “Personal Life” section of Wikipedia entries for celebrities.

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Wikipedia: Trans-mediterranean Barbary Slave Trade—noted

Nunn's estimates: trans-Atlantic slave trade: 10.5 million; Indian Ocean slave trade: 900,000; trans-Saharan slave trade: 3.2 million; Red Sea: 1.3 million: Wikipedia: Trans-Mediterranean Barbary Slave Trade...

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Herman Cain Has Died.

My son John collects articles on the subject and gives a warning about Cain's Wikipedia page — "when I checked it today it had been vandalized with disgusting photos."ADDED: Here's a tweet that has a screen shot of disgusting text put up at...
Related topics: Herman Cain, Usa Photos

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Meghan Markle's Wikipedia Page Was Edited Just Before Prince Harry Romance Went Public - Here's...

Just before Meghan Markle‘s romance with Prince Harry made headlines in late 2016, her Wikipedia page went through some edits that have now been made public. Someone took out the line about the future Duchess’ modeling work, taking out a...

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Serbia Protests Point To Crisis Of Legitimacy For Vučić Government

Peaceful protest in Belgrade, 10 July 2020. Photo by Wikipedia user OakMapping, CC BY-SA 4.0. Over the past several years, Belgrade has been the setting for mass protests demanding transparency and accountability from the government led by President...
Related topics: Serbia, Protests, Belgrade, World Photos

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Soros-funded Wikipedia Warns Editors Against Citing Fox News As A Reliable Source

Don’t doubt that Wikipedia is liberal. Fierce debate erupted among Wikipedia moderators about whether Fox News could even be used as a credible source in Wikipedia entries. It ended by being a source that could only be used with proper warnings in...
Related topics: George Soros, Debate

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Content Moderation Case Study: Can An Open Encyclopedia Handle Disinformation? (2005)

Summary: Wikipedia was founded in 2001 and the open encyclopedia that anyone could edit grew much faster than most people (including its founders) expected. In 2005, one of the first big controversies concerning disinformation on Wikipedia arose,...

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In Liberia, A New Mobile Phone Tariff Collides With Digital Rights

The surcharge will keep even more Liberians offlineLiberian capital Monrovia. Credit: blk24ga via Wikipedia / CC BY 3.0. This article is part of UPROAR, a Small Media initiative that is urging governments to address digital rights challenges at...

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Wikipedia Discovers Undisclosed Paid Editing Scheme, Bans The Firm And Mass-deletes Articles

Wikipedia has banned a firm called WikiProfessionals Inc. and mass-deleted articles after it was revealed that the firm was involved in an undisclosed paid editing scheme on the online encyclopedia, Breitbart reported Tuesday.What are the...

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Wave-particle Duality In Action—big Molecules Surf On Their Own Waves

Enlarge / Phthalocyanine, the big molecule used in these experiments. (credit: Wikipedia) Wave-particle duality is a fundamental fact of the Universe. But we don't see many objects moving around as waves. This is why it hurts when a golf ball hits...
Related topics: Physics

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Actually Me: Saweetie Goes Undercover On Twitter, Instagram And Wikipedia With Gq [video]

Source: Courtesy DAYLIGHT Beach Club and LIGHT Nightclub / Courtesy DAYLIGHT Beach Club and LIGHT Nightclub Saweetie has been giving us content on content to hold us down during the pandemic of 2020. She got in the kitchen with her family and showed...
Related topics: Social Media, Instagram, Entertainment Videos

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Mauritania: A Racial Pyramid Seemingly Resistant To Change

The country remains divided by skin colourPhoto of a traditional wedding in Atar in Mauritania by Radosław Botev, in free use on Wikipedia In ethnically diverse Mauritania, the government appears to have turned deaf ears to the demands of the...

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Chuck Todd Insists No Bias At Msnbc: ‘no Editorial Point Of View On Any Of These Newscasts’

MSNBC anchor Chuck Todd, who uses a public relations agent to keep his Wikipedia page free of claims that he might be biased, insisted Wednesday that his network’s daytime newscasts are completely free of any “editorial point of...
Related topics: MSNBC

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Report: Ex-editor Calls Out Wikipedia For Its War Against Mark Levin

A former Wikipedia editor blasted Wikipedia for not being neutral, and slammed the platform for a multi-year scorched-earth campaign against popular conservative talk radio host Mark Levin. A massive exposé accusing Wikipedia of having biased...

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Construction Of First Hindu Temple In Islamabad, Pakistan Faces Opposition

“The constitution of Pakistan provides equal rights to all citizens”Umarkot Shiv Mandir in Umarkot, Sindh, Pakistan. Image via WIkipedia by Harish Chander, CC BY-SA 4.0. On 24 June, Pakistan's Parliamentary Secretary on Human Rights...
Related topics: Pakistan, Islamabad, Human Rights

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Climate Wars: Try Removing The Word “denier” From A Wikipedia Entry

A few days ago Dr. Willie Soon pointed out on the social media site Parler that it is impossible to remove the term "Denier" from the Wikipedia entry for Sallie Baliunas. My Wikipedia experiment supports Dr. Soon's assertion.
Related topics: Social Media

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Claims About Turkeys

You know, turkeys sound a lot like aliens, if you just name them part by part. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turkey_(bird)#Anatom y “Anatomical structures on the head and throat of a domestic turkey. 1. Caruncles, 2. Snood, 3. Wattle...
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