WikiScanner seems to be the hot wikitopic of the month (read more: Wikipedia Signpost, Wired).
Instead of repeating the things that others have wrote about already, I'd just post you to a slightly more hidden but quite interesting link: this Wired article is a gateway to their "report an edit and sort them by most popular/new/etc."
My personal favorite: NSA removes link to ECHELON
That said, this is all a tip of iceberg. It is still not that easy to just specify an organization and see what it has done. And the concentration on US government and corporations, while not suprising, is probably missing over the "really interesting" stuff. I am waiting to find out what edits have come from such interesting entities as State Security Agency of the Republic of Belarus, Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation, Ministry of State Security or Gazprom...
Unfortunatly, the IP ranges of those organizations are not well known. Or are they...?
TTags: Wikipedia, Wikiscanner, Wikipedia
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