Wired.com’s WikiScanner coverage wins $10,000 Knight-Batten Innovation Award

Wired.com invited readers to use new technology to get all IP addresses assigned to a particular company, organization or government department, then track the anonymous edits made from those addresses anywhere in Wikipedia || Winners of the $2,500 Special Distinction Awards: PolitiFact.com (a project from Poynter’s St. Petersburg Times and Congressional Quarterly), and Ushahidi: Crowdsourcing Crisis Information. || JDLand.com wins the $2,000 Citizen Media Award. || Judges’ comments and more.

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