source Axio title How a ‘tweet’ can save a website from an email bomb article The Daily Mail reported Wednesday that an email containing the phrase “tweet” was used to attack Wikipedia, which is owned by the United States government.
The email was sent out to a number of journalists and news organizations who are members of the Wikipedia community, and included a link to a new article.
The Mail reported that the tweet was sent by someone at the Wikimedia Foundation, an organization that runs the website.
“We take our responsibility as editors seriously, and we have made this clear to our users.
However, we also understand that the content on Wikipedia is the most widely used source of information about the world’s people and places,” the email said.
“As a result, we will be suspending Wikipedia for one day while we investigate the matter further.”
A Wikimedia spokesperson told the Mail that the organization takes its responsibility for ensuring Wikipedia is secure very seriously, but that the situation is not under investigation.
“The site is operating normally,” the spokesperson said.
Wikipedia was founded in 2004, and is used to help people find out about the history and culture of different cultures around the world.