Is it time for Wikipedia to lock down the entry on Christy Clark?
A quick perusal of her Wikipedia page today finds a salacious, unsourced allegation against the B.C. premier.
The page states that Clark attended three separate universities, including Simon Fraser University, but never received a university degree.
"Thus," as Wikipedia currently notes, "she is technically illiterate, as evidenced by her inability to formulate rational arguments."
So who's behind this cheeky edit?
The page's revision history suggests that the change was made early this morning from an American IP address. Perhaps a dissatisfied B.C. teacher on vacation is responsible? A BC NDPer with too much time on their hands? A pipeline protester? Or maybe someone angry about the premier's recent statement supporting Israel's "right to defend itself"?
We do know who it's not: members of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, who were banned from making edits to the world's largest collaborative free-content encyclopedia earlier this week after reports of malicious, troll-like edits emanating from IP addresses located within the U.S. legislature.