Posts about Johann Hari, the journalists that was forced to resign from the Independent after allegations of plagiarism and malicious editing of Wikipedia came to light.
How Wikipedia dealt with Johann Hari Paid Members Public
Image via Wikipedia [http://commons.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Johannhari.jpg] Comprehensive account by Tom Morris of how Wikipedia volunteers deal with people who abuse the site [http://blog.tommorris.org/post/10400620996/hari-gate-behind-the-scenes-at-wikipedia] , including Mr Hari: > David r was *banned *in July. Banning is a social measure where the
Hari: Knave or Fool? Paid Members Public
Journalists Johann Hari has been exposed as using others work in his own without acknowledgement, and maliciously editing Wikipedia.
Hari-Kiri Reading Round-up Paid Members Public
So, Mr Hari has admitted to his crimes [http://www.journalism.co.uk/news/johann-hari-admits-plagiarism-and-returns-orwell-prize/s2/a546013/] , and is slinking away for retraining training in journalism. I’ve made no secret of that fact that I think his behaviour fell well below the standards we should expect of journalists, and
The falls of the houses of Phillips and Hari Paid Members Public
I suspect many of us labouring in the less glamorous trenches of journalism will be feeling a little schadenfreude at the moment. First came the sudden departure of Melanie Phillips [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melanie_Phillips] from The Spectator, as explained by Prof Greenslade [http://www.guardian.co.uk/