It was a bit surprising that Wikipedia has switched to TLS because we all know it's public information available to anyone, but I suppose that the real purpose for that is to provide authentication/integrity so that no one can tamper with the articles in transit like Chinese or other governments. Looking at the certificate information in Chrome browser I see that they use AES for encryption. Why is that needed, since it is possible to provide only integrity without confidentiality which will save a lot of resources.
Is it a problem with TLS that it does not allow selecting None or something as ciphersuite?
Or is there some other consideration that I did not think of?