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In 2008 two convicted murderers asked for their names to be removed from Wikipedia and other online media outlets, in accordance with German law. Does the individual’s right to be forgotten take priority over the public’s right to know?
Scott A Hale explores the effect of language in seeking and imparting information on the broader web.
In 2008, six British ISPs blocked access to a Wikipedia page featuring an album cover with an image of a prepubescent naked girl, writes Maryam Omidi.
To mark the launch of the St Antony's International Review, a panel of experts discuss Ushahidi technology, academic journals in Latin America and the geographies of the world's knowledge.
The distribution of knowledge on Wikipedia shows vast geographical inequalities, according to research from the Oxford Internet Institute.
Egypt made more edits to Wikipedia than any other African country between 2010 and 2011, according to new research.
In a short interview with Reuters, Timothy Garton Ash explains the global ramifications of SOPA and PIPA, the two anti-piracy bills in the US.