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Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales is looking to tighten his website's rules about editors altering pages with which they have a conflict of interest.

Wales renewed interest in the policies follows a Washington Examiner report that a crewmember of "The Hunting Ground," a one-sided film about campus sexual assault, had been editing Wikipedia pages to promote the film and conform facts to its narrative.

"I have long advocated that we should deal much more quickly and much more severely with [Conflict of Interest] editors," Wales wrote after citing the Examiner. "The usual objections (from some quarters — I think most people agree with me) have to do with it being hard to detect them, but in this case, the COI was called out, warnings were issued, and nothing was done. Now the editor has been called out by the media embarrassing him (he deserves it), his employer (who may not), and Wikipedia."

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