Afghanistan will soon have free mobile access to Wikipedia
Wikipedia Zero will roll out thanks to a partnership with regional telecom Roshan.
Wikimedia is clear to sue the NSA
The US' spying apparatus faces a fresh attack.
Turkish court backs censorship of Wikipedia
The country continues to crack down on free speech with this rejected appeal.
Wikipedia issues near-total ban on Daily Mail sources
The tabloid is too 'unreliable' to be trusted for articles.
Wikipedia fund gives the site a long-term future
You won't have to deal with those donation drives every single year.
Wikipedia's secure pages stop others from tracking your fact finding
You may not think that the security of your Wikipedia research is a big deal, but it can be. You d...
German court says Wikimedia is liable for article contents after they're published (updated)
The Wikimedia Foundation positions Wikipedia as a hub for unfettered knowledge, but it's now oblig...
Wikimedia's small-screen future
The office is silent when our small film crew arrives at Wikimedia's San Francisco headquarters. T...
Mobile Miscellany: week of April 2nd, 2012
Not all mobile news is destined for the front page, but if you're like us and really want to know w...