The Washington Post

An international team of researchers has done the hard work of figuring out what Wikipedia editors spend all day bickering about.

In the future, sitting on domain names just won't be that profitable.

When a person emails you claiming to be a wealthy Nigerian prince, you’re not going to fall for it. So why don’t scammers try more subtle ploys? It’s not because they’re stupid, a new research paper finds. It’s because they’re trying to screen for gullibility.

  • Brad Plumer
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  • Jun 22, 2012
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