Most terror victims' Wikipedia pages are deleted after they stop being relevant, a new project aims to create memorial pages for victims and their families.
A Polish group has taken to Wikipedia to distort Holocaust history – all while finding a way to evade editors on the website.
Movers and shakers in Israeli society.
Roskomnadzor has ordered the website to remove the information it claims is "misinforming Russian users." Should Wikipedia fail to do so, it could be fined up to 4 million rubles (around $49,000).
Technion students are beginning to write articles for Wikipedia to add to free knowledge in science, technology, and mathematics.
The purpose of the WikiShtetl project is “to encourage teachers and students to research communities that were destroyed during the Holocaust."
The entry was deleted due to Wikipedia "being an encyclopedia rather than a memorial site," according to one Wikipedia editor.
It may be true that the Nobel laureate was born and raised in Poland, but Singer is, in fact, best described as a Jewish author
The entry currently defines the organization, which has been designated a terrorist organization by 26 countries, a “political party and militant group”
On the live site it read: “Died: February 19, 2020. Cause of death: Senator Elizabeth Warren.”