Wikipedia now requires its editors to disclose all paid contributions

Wikipedia Imposes A 24 Hour Shutdown To Protest Over Web Piracy Bill

Wikipedia now requires its contributors to declare any employer, client or affiliation that gives them compensation in exchange for contributions. Editors must make this relationship clear either through a statement on their profile page; as part of the edit summary that accompanies their paid contributions; or on the talk page alongside applicable edits. Wikipedia warns that specific guidelines and policies set up by the Wikimedia Foundation or Wikipedia community may require a more detailed disclosure, or simply limit the extent to which editors can receive paid contributions. “The amendment is not intended to impact participants in gallery, library, archive and...

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