Wiki tricki: Congressional staffers are editiing their bosses’ bios (sometimes rather aggressively, so), a check of IP addresses reveal. When will people realize that a click on the history of any Wikipedia page will reveal the IP addresses of the computers from which changes were made?
Two-word advice to Hill staffers: Internet cafe.
Better advice: Click on the “discussion link” of the entry and explain any changes you make and the reasons you are making them. If the reason is, “We don’t want people to know that,” then, sorry, it’s not going to work. However, if you’re trying to add to the accuracy of the entry or to provide some balance to the interpretation of a fact in the entry, you’ll be lauded as a good Wikipedian. Don’t be a spineless weasel and think you can censor the facts in your boss’s bio. But don’t be shy about entering the fray to present your argument for an entry’s accuracy.