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A dark web version of Wikipedia is live and people in internet-censored regimes can use it

Written by  Nov 25, 2017

A dark web vendor is selling a stolen Gottfried Lindauer painting for $500,000

"The code is free and libre," Muffet added. "I am doing it because it's worth doing."

The dark web Wikipedia service is currently read-only since Wikipedia blocks editing the site over Tor. However, increased interaction with the service will reportedly require Wikipedia's involvement in the project.

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"I'd like to demonstrate the experience to people, so it's no longer something abstract," Muffett told Motherboard. "I'd be delighted if Wikimedia use this, or even roll their own solution; the important thing from my perspective is to demonstrate the concept, and my open-source EOTK tool makes it nearly free to provide such a proof of concept."

Motherboard reported that Wikipedia continues to be blocked in Turkey after it was first blocked by the government during the 2016 attempted coup. Wikipedia editor Bassel Khartabil, a Syrian-Palestinian digital activist, is reportedly believed to have been executed by the Syrian government shortly after he disappeared in 2015

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