While the likes of Game of Thrones and The Crown were among the most viewed Wiki pages last year, the real intrigue lay in the articles that caused the most dispute – including Donald Trumps hair, Pizzagate and, er, Canada
Omer Benjakob is a news editor at Haaretz. He was born in New York and raised in Tel Aviv. He holds a B.A. in political science and philosophy and is pursuing an M.A. in philosophy of science. Follow him on Twitter: @omerbenj
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