The Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) recent decision to claim full regulatory power over the way the Internet works was bad enough, but the next battle in the government’s war on consumer-friendly innovation is approaching fast.
Despite the protests of countless experts claiming Wikipedia is often not a reliable source of information, it remains perhaps the most influential and one of the most-visited websites on the planet. But exactly who is really behind the world’s largest source of information, and does their agenda, if one exists, ever shine through their supposedly “unbiased” wiki pages?
There will be much consternation to come about cyclone Yolanda that hit the Philippine Islands November 8. Global warming caused by carbon dioxide from burning fossil fuels will be the labeled the culprit.
In three words: It’s about time. Via The Wall Street Journal and NewsBusters comes word that a notorious censor of Wikipedia’s global warming entry, British blogger William Connolley, has been banned[…]