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    Why is Wikileaks called a “free-speech activist group?” That’s inaccurate to say the least, and why the link to its Wikipedia page? Neither it or Wikileaks themselves calls it a “free-speech activist group.” The Wikileaks about page is more accurate, “…specializes in the analysis and publication of large datasets of censored or otherwise restricted official materials…”

    As for the links to Wikipedia, they can be removed. They’re totally unnecessary and as much as I love’s not a source. You could then replace the Wikileaks link to the home page to one that goes to their about page.

    Then a link to the Tweet would be best, if possible the screenshot should be replaced with an embed. (But always keep those screenshots on backup in case of deletion!)

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      Ethan is absolutely right. Wikipedia is not a source when there are the actual websites of the people involved.

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    Great approach thank you and I hope the audience feels able to approach it in the same spirit. Peter

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