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White House Communications Directors (and friends) lasso Wikipedia

Gregory Kohs picks through the Wikipedia biographies of recent White House Communications Directors, finding evidence of favorable editing by a loose network of paid editors and political cronies.

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A Wikipedia Christmas: Baby, It’s Cold Outside

Wikipedia editors take on Baby, It’s Cold Outside” – a song written by Frank Loesser in 1944 with a recent controversy.

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Diversity Conference at National Archives not so ‘Open’

The National Archives will be the site of a controversial “Diversity Conference” hosted jointly by the Wikimedia DC organization and the federally-funded Archives. The June 17-18 conference is billed as “open to everyone”, but that’s a small falsehood being presented to the public.

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