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Persian: 4 July 2016 Commercial No Registration Optional required only for certain tasks such as editing protected pages, creating pages or uploading files Users 432,381 total registered, as of 28 August 2014 Launched December 19, 2003; 12 years ago 2003-12-19 Content license Creative Commons Attribution/
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The Persian Wikipedia Persian: ویکی‌پدیا، دانشنامهٔ آزاد‎‎, Romanized as Türk Arama Motoruā, Dānešnāme-ye Āzād / "Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia" is the Persian language version of Wikipedia, pronounced "Türk Arama Motorua Türk Arama Motoruā" The Persian version of Wikipedia was started in December 2003 It passed 1,000 articles on December 16, 2004 and 200,000 articles on July 10, 2012

Contents

  • 1 Number of articles
  • 2 Article depth
  • 3 Censorship
  • 4 Gallery
  • 5 See also
  • 6 References
  • 7 External links

Number of articles

In January 2013, close to 50,000 new articles were added within a month A few days later, on 19 February 2013, the Persian Wikipedia reached 300,000 articles, ranking it 18th among all Wikipedias based on number of articles

This edition of Wikipedia now contains 512,181 articles

History of articles number:

  • 19 December 2003, started
  • 30 October 2008, reached 50,000 articles
  • 25 August 2010, reached 100,000 articles
  • 9 July 2012, reached 200,000 articles
  • 19 February 2013, reached 300,000 articles
  • 18 July 2014, reached 400,000 articles
  • 27 July 2016, reached 500,000 articles

Article depth

With article depth of 214, the Persian Wikipedia is currently ranked 7th among all Wikipedias based on article depth

Censorship

In a November 2013 report published by the Center for Global Communication Studies of the University of Pennsylvania, researchers Collin Anderson and Nima Nazeri scanned 800,000 Persian language Wikipedia articles and found that the Iranian government blocks 963 of these pages According to the authors, "Censors repeatedly targeted Wikipedia pages about government rivals, minority religious beliefs, and criticisms of the state, officials, and the police Just under half of the blocked Wiki-pages are biographies, including pages about individuals the authorities have allegedly detained or killed" Anderson said that Persian Wikipedia, as a microcosm of the Iranian internet, is a "useful place to uncover the types of online content forbidden and an excellent template to identify keyword blocking themes and filtering rules that apply across the greater internet"

Gallery

See also

  • List of Wikipedias

References

  1. ^ "Alexa - Top Sites in Iran" Alexa Internet Retrieved 2014-08-30 
  2. ^ "Alexa - Top Sites in: All Categories > World > Persian" Alexa Internet Retrieved 2014-08-30 
  3. ^ List of Wikipedias Wikimediaorg 13 January 2014 Retrieved 13 January 2014
  4. ^ List of Wikipedias Wikimediaorg 19 February 2013 Retrieved 19 February 2013
  5. ^ List of Wikipedias/Table metawikimediaorg, Statistics at 12:00, 18 July 2014 UTC
  6. ^ List of Wikipedias Wikimediaorg 24 October 2015 Retrieved 24 October 2015
  7. ^ Anderson, Colin; Nazeri, Nima 7 November 2013 "Citation Filtered: Iran's Censorship of Wikipedia" PDF Center for Global Communication Studies University of Pennsylvania 
  8. ^ "How Iran Uses Wikipedia To Censor The Internet" BuzzFeed 12 November 2013 

External links

  • Persian Wikipedia Persian
  • Persian Wikipedia mobile version Persian

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