As part of the customary exchange, Johnson gave Biden a free-to-use Wikipedia photo of a British mural depicting Black 19th century abolitionist Frederick Douglass in return.
The CEO was speaking to pro-Trump YouTube channel Right Side Broadcasting at CPAC.
It's a sign of the utmost respect for the lost Unknown Soldiers.
The error came after an online Wikipedia user made changes to the Israeli president's article.
While studying for an exam, a U.K. woman claimed that her Amazon Echo gave her a disturbing message, advising her to kill herself.
Listening to Jimmy Wales speak is a bit like reading a Wikipedia page: Sound bites are few, but the tone is fair and measured.
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales has called President Donald Trump a "blowhard," while claiming the president should have been banned by Twitter "a long time ago."
At the Council on Russian Language, Russian President Vladimir Putin proposed a Russian version of the online encyclopedia, Wikipedia, which will be created between 2020-2022.
Ronan Farrow's explosive new book "Catch and Kill" alleges that Lauer raped a "Today" show co-host.
A notice posted to the page—known as a subreddit—voiced solidarity with a movement being promoted this week by Larry Sanger, a co-founder of Wikipedia. It will return to normal on July 5.
Also listed are Soviet gulags and WWII Japanese internment camps.
The Google search page listed Nazism as an ideology of the California Republican Party.
YouTube recently pledged to hire 10,000 new employees to monitor the platform.
The Wikipedia Project: Firearms group worked to remove mentions of mass shootings or gun control controversies on the "Colt AR-15" Wikipedia page.
The edits to Rubio's Wikipedia page went over well with the internet.
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 statement cited the Daily Mail's 'poor fact checking, sensationalism and flat-out fabrication.'
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.