Media, Academia, And Wikipedia’s Misinformation About #GamerGate

GamerGate Wikipedia

There was a recently published article over on Breitbart from T.D. Adler, a former editor at Wikipedia who went by the handle Devil’s Advocate. The article pertains to the corruption within media and academia that repeatedly refer to, cite, or utilize information from the Wikipedia article about #GamerGate, which is steeped in falsehoods and grandiose canards. Continue reading “Media, Academia, And Wikipedia’s Misinformation About #GamerGate”

Wikipedia’s Bias Against #GamerGate Revisited

GamerGate

It’s easy to forget that during the early days of #GamerGate when people were still concerned about how the media portrayed the consumer revolt against media corruption, that Wikipedia played a huge part in the perception of the event. A lot of people who were looking up cursory information about it would land on the Wikipedia page only to discover that it was rife with misinformation and falsehoods that have been perpetuated to this very day. Continue reading “Wikipedia’s Bias Against #GamerGate Revisited”

Wikipedia Co-Founder Prepares to Launch Decentralized Encyclosphere

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Wikipedia started as one of the greatest gatherings of knowledge on the internet. Aided by all levels of mastery and understanding it grew to be for the most part reputable starts of any research project or quandary. Now the great site is a sordid excuse of a despotic administration handing out favoritism to agenda pushing organizations and individuals rather than anything approaching objective truth. Continue reading “Wikipedia Co-Founder Prepares to Launch Decentralized Encyclosphere”

Wikipedia Editors Attempt To Delete Sci-Fi Author Pages They Deem Right-Wing

Wikipedia Censorship

Various sci-fi authors are facing page deletions on Wikipedia after various Left-wing editors nominated the pages for deletion on the grounds of the authors not being notable, or for their fanbase being “bigoted”, and “racist”, and filled with “hatred”. There’s currently a battleground on the author pages of Wikipedia where certain editors are attempting to erase an internet checkpoint for the authors due to disliking what little they’ve gleaned of their politics. Continue reading “Wikipedia Editors Attempt To Delete Sci-Fi Author Pages They Deem Right-Wing”

Wikipedia Censors Info Highlighting Cracked Denuvo Games

Resident Evil 2 Denuvo

If you stumble upon the Wikipedia page for Denuvo, whether it’s doing research or just scouting out which games have been affected by the debilitating DRM/anti-tamper software, you’ll note that the current version of the Denuvo page is missing a key column in the lists detailing which games use Denuvo and which games have had Denuvo removed. Certain Wikipedia editors have removed the columns revealing whether or not certain games using Denuvo have been cracked. Continue reading “Wikipedia Censors Info Highlighting Cracked Denuvo Games”

WikiTribune Promises Evidenced Based Journalism Despite Wikipedia Shortcomings

WikiTribune

The founder of Wikipedia, Jimmy Wales, released a video claiming that WikiTribune – a new website he’s working on – will attempt to fix all the “fake news” spreading about the internet these days (mostly from mainstream media). Wales will use crowdsource fact-checkers and professional journalists alike in an attempt to create an open, information capitalist ecosystem where community members and professionals can contribute to making journalism great again. Continue reading “WikiTribune Promises Evidenced Based Journalism Despite Wikipedia Shortcomings”

Examining Podesta’s PizzaGate E-Mails: Are They Actually Coded?

The media has taken on a clearly one-sided look at the entire PizzaGate scandal. Whether there’s any merit to the claims or not, the entire thing has been buried under the “fake news” appellation before receiving any notable scrutiny. The e-mails themselves have also not been thoroughly discussed by the mainstream media, forfeiting readers an opportunity to examine the Podesta e-mails and decide for themselves what they actually mean. Continue reading “Examining Podesta’s PizzaGate E-Mails: Are They Actually Coded?”

Wikipedia Deletes David Seaman Entry Following His PizzaGate Coverage

Former Huffington Post writer David Seaman was fired from the outlet back in August of 2016 for writing about Hillary Clinton’s health. According to Wikileaks, the Huffington Post had declared their allegiance to Hillary Clinton and John Podesta, Clinton’s campaign chairman, saying they would be an “echo signal” for her campaign, and that meant removing dissenters such as David Seaman. The independent journalist went on to report on and investigate other controversial topics, such as PizzaGate, which ended up netting him the ire of certain Wikipedia editors who opted to delete his entry from the online encyclopedia. Continue reading “Wikipedia Deletes David Seaman Entry Following His PizzaGate Coverage”

Wikipedia’s PizzaGate Article Skips Over Key Details

Some conspiracy theories are pretty easy to ignore. People will talk about them for a while but if nothing substantial surfaces they quickly fade away. Other conspiracies stick around when there’s information to glean or substantial leads to follow. In the case of PizzaGate, it’s a phenomenon that’s gaining more notoriety for the attempts by the media and government to censor it than whatever bits of info was uncovered by citizen investigators. Continue reading “Wikipedia’s PizzaGate Article Skips Over Key Details”

Wikipedia Labels PizzaGate “Debunked”, “Fake” And “False”

The PizzaGate conspiracy continues to inch forward with new tidbits of information here and there being unearthed by citizen journalists. They’ve tied various odd deaths to the conspiracy, as well as pulled up lots of linking information to certain running thoughts about the potentiality of high profile individuals in Washington running underground pedophilia rings. This includes 2011 tweets from the deceased Andrew Breitbart who implicated John Podesta in the pedophilia rings well before the Wikileaks e-mails surfaced and well before the PizzaGate hashtag became censored on Twitter and banned from Reddit. Continue reading “Wikipedia Labels PizzaGate “Debunked”, “Fake” And “False””

Crash Override Network Chat Leaks Re-Added To Wikipedia Article

After Wikipedia editors filibustered the Crash Override Network Wikipedia article for two months they finally decided to allow a mention of the CON chat leaks to be mentioned on the page. The entry does not detail what the leaks were actually about or contextual why the leaks became news at all. Instead the entry paraphrases a brief passing mention of the leaks by YouTuber David Pakman. Continue reading “Crash Override Network Chat Leaks Re-Added To Wikipedia Article”

Wikipedia Editors Accept David Pakman’s Summary Of Crash Override Network Leaks

The filibustering of the Crash Override Network page continues over on Wikipedia. Administrators and editors have taken up charge of camping the page and preventing anyone from mentioning that the Crash Override Network leaks contain targeted harassment, doxing and admission of sabotage. However, they are willing to allow the leaks to be mentioned if only in a non-contextual, non-damaging manner. Continue reading “Wikipedia Editors Accept David Pakman’s Summary Of Crash Override Network Leaks”

Wikipedia Admin Filibusters Crash Override Network Page To Bury Chat Leaks

Every major outlet that covered and promoted Crash Override Network has been contacted about the CON leaks exposing the organization for having engaged in harassment and doxing. The authors of those pieces have been reached out to, but the outlets themselves have neither acknowledged nor responded to any requests for comment or updates regarding the Crash Override Network leaks that occurred at the end of August. I’ve personally tried reaching out to some, but have been blocked on Twitter or received no response via e-mail. Continue reading “Wikipedia Admin Filibusters Crash Override Network Page To Bury Chat Leaks”

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