Earlier this week The Guardian summarised that Wikipedia editors had voted to "ban" the Daily Mail as a reference for the online encyclopaedia in all but exceptional circumstances and that links to other outlets would renew the bulk of current links to the news outlet.
How was this decision made? What kind of data fed into this decision-making process and what does it tell us about the future of online content censorship? Or who decides what is "real" on the Internet, especially as social media platforms increasingly play the role of global censor?
Let's find out an answer!
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