WikiWash was created by investigative journalist who wanted to track Wikipedia edits in real time. The prototype is open source and full of possibilities.
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Congressional computers are once again blocked from editing Wikipedia after controversial edits of pages relating to transgender people.
A recent survey reveals that Wikipedia is the most trusted source of information online.
Page edits from congressional computers have been banned for at least ten days.
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Wikipedia users have created bots to keep a Twitter change log of edits that come from government IP addresses.
Wikipedia’s credibility rests on its ability to remain transparent and it has developed a community-driven solution that still allows paid editors to contribute.
A combination of bots and geographic limitations may be hampering the crowdsourced editing system often considered Wikipedia’s strength.
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