(Paul Bignell’s and Matthew Bell’s article appeared in the Independent, 8/29.)

First WikiLeaks stood accused of unnecessarily revealing closely guarded secrets. Now it's Wikipedia's turn. The online encyclopaedia is refusing to yield to criticism from Agatha Christie's family for revealing the ending of The Mousetrap, the world's longest-running play.

via www.independent.co.uk

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