Anonymous Wikipedia changes from the Congress computer network hit Robert Mueller and George Papadopoulos' pages.
The ban came after two site entries accused Turkey of links to Islamist militant groups.
The project leader called it a "Great Wall of culture" that would rival Wikipedia, which is partly blocked in China.
Artists and performers will join the public to edit, translate and create pages about women for the online encyclopedia.
A new paper provides the most direct evidence to date of a so-called “chilling effect” from the intelligence practices disclosed by Edward Snowden.
'Editathon' push sees a surge in Ukrainian language content on the site.
Wikipedia has banned an administrator for deleting negative stories about a fake business school in India.
The company are accusing the NSA of ‘straining the backbone of democracy’.
The country is already planning its own version of the encylopedia site which will ‘“accurately portray” Russian life.
Wikipedia co-founder says ‘Infobitt’ will catch you up on news five times faster than your current method.
The site is compiling official records into encyclopaedic pages on Russian history and life, to 'reflect the life of the nation more accurately’
In comparison to the "internet blackout" of 2012, participation in today's online protest was lacking
Who owns the copyright of a monkey’s self-portrait? Wikimedia says no one does, but lawyers and photographers disagree
Armenians are being urged to write one Wikipedia entry each to boost the national culture
House staffers' edits about lizardmen and Cuban spies resulted in a 10-day blanket block