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Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales blasts ruling forcing Google to erase search results

Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales describes the European ruling as "wide-sweeping censorship" that "doesn't make sense."

By May 14, 2014


Jimmy Wales joins The People's Operator, looks to US launch

The Wikipedia co-founder becomes co-chair of UK-based TPO, which raises money for charity and is looking to launch internationally.

By January 20, 2014


Jimmy Wales launches campaign to stop O'Dwyer's extradition

The Wikipedia founder calls the 24-year-old U.K. student the "human face" of the global battle over antipiracy efforts.

By June 24, 2012


SOPA-proponent Dodd under attack by Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales

MPAA Chairman Christopher Dodd recently made allegations about Web sites that participated in last week's SOPA protest, now some of them are speaking back.

By January 24, 2012


LTE next-gen mobile-broadband trial kicks off in Wales

Arqiva and Alcatel-Lucent are trialling LTE in Wales, in a bid to bring 50Mbps mobile broadband to those who currently have slow Internet speeds or no fixed-line Web access at all.

By December 9, 2010


Wikimedia: Wales' editor position unchanged

The foundation challenges a report alleging that the Wikipedia founder had been stripped of many of his responsibilities in the wake of community unrest.

By May 17, 2010


Wikimedia's Wales gives up some top-level controls

Wikimedia Foundation co-founder Jimmy Wales is giving up some top-level editorial control after controversial removal of pornographic images from Wikimedia Commons.

By May 16, 2010


Jimmy Wales on what's next for Wikipedia

Founder of the online community-written encyclopedia talks to Silicon.com about what's next for the site and why it needs geeks of all kinds.

By November 6, 2009


Wales giving up on Wikia Search

Having determined that it can't cut it in search, the user-generated reference company of Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales kills its experimental engine.

By March 31, 2009


Wikimedia Foundation: Jimmy Wales 'absolutely' not out

The Wikimedia Foundation's board currently has seven members, rather than eight, and is looking for three new members instead of two.

By January 4, 2009