Wikipedia sued for 'aiding neo-Nazis' - Katina Schubert, a German politician, filed charges against Wikipedia, on the basis that the German language site contains too much Nazi symbolism (see related story).
Wikipedia black helicopters circle Utah's Traverse Mountain - Judd Bagley, head of communications at Overstock.com, had discovered that an anonymous user was making edits about naked short selling on Wikipedia. These edits, in his opinion, were biased and removed reference to a presentation by Patrick Byrne, CEO of Overstock.com. Bagley believed that the edits were due to Gary Weiss, who is a strong critic of Byrne, Overstock.com and naked shorting, but who denies making the edits. Bagley tried to prove his claims to Wikipedia administrators, and at one point, sent spyware to track the opening of files that he claimed as evidence. Ultimately, the IP address ranges used by Bagley and Overstock.com were blocked, a ban justified, according to UK press officer David Gerard, by Bagley's "abuse of the wiki".
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