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Why is Sanja Ivekovic Plagiarizing From Wikipedia?

by Will Brand on June 14, 2012
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Documenta is trying very, very hard to be smart. It might help if they stopped giving us plagiarized Wikipedia articles as artworks.

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Join the National Protest and Stop SOPA and PIPA

by Paddy Johnson on January 17, 2012
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Tomorrow only readers will see a small change in our site — load any Art Fag City URL and a splash will appear asking you to sign a petition protesting the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and its sister in the senate, the Protect IP Act (PIPA). Those are bills that, if passed, would give the US government unprecedented options for shutting down sites that are suspected of “engaging in, enabling or facilitating” copyright infringement. SOPA, in particular, would, among ohter things, allow the government to delete authoritative DNS records and force your ISP to give your computer false DNS information if you request a suspected site.

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Scrum: Let’s Make Anton Vidokle a Wikipedia Page

by Will Brand on November 30, 2011
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Wikipedia’s contemporary art section is in woeful disrepair, and at a time when Wikipedia is struggling to retain editors, that’s not going to get better anytime soon. So let’s fix it. Each week, we’ll find somebody whose online identity needs a makeover or doesn’t exist at all, and we’ll invite AFC readers to help fill in the blanks. We’ll do our part, too. Promise.

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