According to the agency behind the campaign, Leo Burnett Tailor Made, the biggest obstacle was updating the photos without attracting the attention of Wikipedia
moderators, as site editors could remove the images at any time.
SQU's policy on students who plagiarise work from Wikipedia
and other publicly available sites is simple.
Turkey rolled out a full ban on Wikipedia
in 2017, citing national security concerns.
"We see a rise of people using Wikipedia
in ways that don't involve websites," he said.
A 2013 study estimated that women only accounted for16.1 percent of Wikipedia
's total editor base.
Last year, Wikipedia
co-founder Jimmy Wales told NPR that Wikipedia
has largely avoided the "fake news" problem, raising the question of what the encyclopedia does differently than other popular websites.
English, about one in 10 editors identifies as female, and 17.82% of biographies are about women (as of Oct.
On March 4, 2018, I hosted the Jazz Wikipedia
Edit-a-Thon in partnership with the American Jazz Museum and the Kansas City Jazz Orchestra and with the support of Monika Sengul-Jones, a Wikipedian-in-residence to support libraries, in the hopes of improving Kansas City's rich cultural history of jazz on Wikipedia
had earlier faced flak for removing the pages of Bakhtawar and Asifa Bhutto-Zardari, claiming that 'notability cannot be inherited'.
Despite the EU deciding to exclude Wikipedia
from being affected, as it was an encyclopedia, Wikipedia
has held protests in solidarity with those that will be affected.
The co-founder of Wikipedia
has used the Future Blockchain Summit at Dubai World Trade Centre to highlight the website's flaws and suggest what could be achieved with a more inclusive, participatory information source.
Marcy made a Wikipedia
entry for Lisa, which will really help others learn about her.