Wikipedia – the free encyclopedia
Since its launch back in 2001, Wikipedia has slowly but surely transformed into everyone's go-to free online encyclopedia. Despite its modest roots, Wikipedia now boasts over 40 million articles in 301 different languages. With over 300,000 active users it doesn’t seem like the open source project will stop anytime soon.
As of April 2019, diverse content can be found of different versions (or languages) of the Wikipedia library:
|English - 5,836,300+ articles|
|Cebuano - 5,368,100+ articles|
|Swedish - 3,748,500+ articles|
|German - 2,288,500+ articles|
|French - 2,095,100+ articles|
|Dutch - 1,962,600+ articles|
|Russian - 1,539,500+ articles|
|Italian - 1,519,000+ articles|
|Spanish - 1,514,600+ articles|
|Polish - 1,330,300+ articles|
|Waray - 1,263,500+ articles|
|Vietnamese - 1,205,200+ articles|
|Japanese - 1,146,000+ articles|
|Chinese - 1,051,600+ articles|
|Portuguese - 1,004,200+ articles|
|Ukrainian - 896,800+ articles|
|Arabic - 716,200+ articles|
|Persian - 671,700+ articles|
|Serbian - 618,200+ articles|
|Catalan - 610,300+ articles|
No wonder Alexa ranked Wikipedia the 5th most popular website.
The platform also covers a wide range of topics and subjects of interest:
|Culture and the arts: 30%||Technology and the applied sciences: 4%|
|Biographies and persons: 15%||Religions and belief systems: 2%|
|Geography and places: 14%||Health: 2%|
|Society and social sciences: 12%||Mathematics and logic: 1%|
|History and events: 11%||Thought and philosophy: 1%|
|Natural and physical sciences: 9%|
Not everyone supports Wikipedia
Unfortunately, not everyone sees Wikipedia as a beneficial resource. The presence of politically, religiously, and pornographically sensitive materials has led it being censored by national authorities in some countries.
At least some content from Wikipedia was blocked in the following countries:
|United Arab Emirates|
The censorship isn’t limited only to restrictive or prudish governments. Wikipedia can also be blocked on a local scale through ISPs. A typical example of this is Wikipedia being restricted in schools, universities, and student dorms, to prevent plagiarism and encourage research.
But that shouldn't stop you having access for legitimate reasons. CyberGhost VPN can help you unblock Wikipedia.
Bypass restrictions and access Wikipedia
Internet Service Providers usually know whether to give you access or not to specific web pages based on your IP and location.
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Ditch the proxy, choose a VPN for Wikipedia
Using a free proxy service to reroute your internet traffic might seem appealing, but it’s not risk-free. Since there’s no encryption involved, you’re handing over your data to a third party. And this is concerning.
If you’re after unblocking the online encyclopedia and surfing safely, the VPN service of CyberGhost is what you need.
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Here are some more details on accessing Wikipedia with CyberGhost VPN. For further guidance, get in touch with our Customer Support team via live chat or by email. They are available 24/7 and can handle your request in German, English, French, and Romanian.
You don’t need an account to access Wikipedia.
If you’re interested in editing articles, you can create an account for free. If your country has restrictions on this, connect to a CyebrGhost VPN server, and you’re ready to go.
You can access Wikipedia through the browser or via their dedicated app for Android and iOS.
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