As Facebook and Google start using Wikipedia to combat fake news and conspiracy theories, Wikimedia Foundation says companies should do more to support the site (Katherine Maher/WIRED UK)

Katherine Maher / WIRED UK: As Facebook and Google start using Wikipedia to combat fake news and conspiracy theories, Wikimedia Foundation says companies should do more to support the site  —  If big tech companies are going to use Wikipedia as a resource, they should better support its important work, says the executive director of… Read More As Facebook and Google start using Wikipedia to combat fake news and conspiracy theories, Wikimedia Foundation says companies should do more to support the site (Katherine Maher/WIRED UK)

Block.one finally launches EOS blockchain but many in the crypto community remain skeptical about project’s centralization and its prospects (Muyao Shen/CoinDesk)

Muyao Shen / CoinDesk: Block.one finally launches EOS blockchain but many in the crypto community remain skeptical about project’s centralization and its prospects  —  After a messy weeks-long process, CoinDesk broke the news yesterday that the EOS blockchain is officially live.  —  To some, it’s already an event for the cryptocurrency history books. from Techmeme… Read More Block.one finally launches EOS blockchain but many in the crypto community remain skeptical about project’s centralization and its prospects (Muyao Shen/CoinDesk)

Some mass email marketing firms complain they cannot get most of the people in mailing lists to check their emails and may lose ~80% of them due to EU’s GDPR (Michelle Castillo/CNBC)

Michelle Castillo / CNBC: Some mass email marketing firms complain they cannot get most of the people in mailing lists to check their emails and may lose ~80% of them due to EU’s GDPR  —  – The GDPR requires companies to send emails to people on their mailing list who have never bought anything, asking… Read More Some mass email marketing firms complain they cannot get most of the people in mailing lists to check their emails and may lose ~80% of them due to EU’s GDPR (Michelle Castillo/CNBC)