Andrew Philip Cross: Wikipedia Editing Scandal Continues (But For How Much Longer?)

One excellent reason not to believe everything you read on Wikipedia. The CIA are also really active in “doctoring” Wikipedia entries that offend them.

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Who is “Philip Cross” the notorious Wikipedia editor who has made so many people’s lives a misery over the past fifteen years due to his relentless malicious editing of their pages and pages on which they are cited?

He’s the obsessive, at it night-and-day, 365-days a year Wikipedia editor and online stalker whose account is used to pursue personal and political vendettas, but who, despite great publicity in the spring of 2018 about his activities, which included articles in many media outlets and a BBC World Service radio documentary, is still persecuting people – (or allowing people to be persecuted from his account), on a daily basis.

At the time of writing the Philip Cross account had made a staggering 159,607 Wikipedia edits in a fifteen-year period. Incredibly the Cross account did not take a single day off from editing Wikipedia from 29th August 2013 to 14th May 2018. Not…

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