NYPD officers who edited Wikipedia entry on Eric Garner won't be punished
A pair of New York police officers that edited Wikipedia entries on alleged police brutality are likely to receive only minor reprimands, claims a new report from DNA Info. The New York Police Department identified the officers after a story last week claimed that computers using the NYPD’s network edited articles including “Death of Eric Garner,” “Amadou Diallo,” and “Stop-and-Frisk.” Edits dating back ten years were identified by Capital New York, but the NYPD said its limited computer records meant they were only able to find the individuals who allegedly changed the page related to Eric Garner’s death.
“Two officers, who have been identified, were using department equipment to access Wikipedia and make entries,” New York City Police…
Source:: The Verge