How do you edit semi-protected Wikipedia articles?

Answer Semi-protected articles on Wikipedia are articles that have large volumes of 'bad' edits from IP's and new users. To edit it, you need to have an account that has more than 10 edits, which is older... Read More »

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Are wikipedia articles copyright protected?

Yes, like all creative works of authorship, they are copyrighted jointly by the contributors. However, as part of the agreement, the contributors have given the world a free and perpetual license u... Read More »

How do you edit articles on wikipedia?

Go to the article and look at what it says to the left of "view history." If it says "edit," just click that and you'll get a text box and you can type whatever you want. Then you click save.Also, ... Read More »

Who writes articles for wikipedia if any one can edit how can it be so accurate & systemic ?

First of all, are you sure Wikipedia really is "so accurate & systemic"? Alright, I will concede that it is systemic. But accurate? No, it's not.The articles on Wikipedia "may be written by experts... Read More »

If Wikipedia paid experts to write or edit articles, what would the cost be?

Money is not the only thing that Wikipedia could pay experts. If they were to be given control and a byline, I think most experts would be willing to accept a token amount of money for their work. ... Read More »