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 Is it true that the British Museum pays for Wikipedia page views‎?

Answer As far as I can tell, no. But there is something sad going on here. The British Museum has had to admit that many more people look up artifacts in their holdings in Wikipedia than in their own webs... Read More »
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If we edit a wikipedia page and we add some wrong information in that page,will it be deleted by wikipedia?

More experienced users are notified of changes to pages that relate to their specialty, and they review them accordingly. If your information is simply lacking sources or inaccurate, it can be dele... Read More »
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Why is that my updated wikipedia page come second to my previously deleted page on the same name when searched?

That's presumably just a quirk of the internal search engine; don't worry about it. No one has any manual control over the internal search engine results, and it doesn't take into article deletions... Read More »
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Can you set your facebook page so that you know if someone views it?

Facebook doesn't allow people to track who views their profiles. Facebook applications, on the other hand, are unable to track anybody unless they have the consent of the viewer.Follow the source t... Read More »
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If it says that all humans alive had ancestors that were dark skin on wikipedia, is that true?

The fosil record looks like humans evolved and migrated from africa, so dark skin makes sense. . .
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