How Much Do You Trust Wikipedia? (Multiple answers OK)

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  • Joe Schmo - 11 years ago

    Precisely why I don't trust it --- who deems an article 'satisfactory' and that further editing is unnecessary? Who is the 'community'? General consensus does not make something fact. It elicits the possibility of a majority editing history for the purpose of their agenda.

  • john - 11 years ago

    @amber Maybe because once an article is deemed satisfactory it can't be edited again? Or that the community fixes errors almost instantaneously?

  • Amber - 11 years ago

    Why would I trust getting information from a site that can be edited by anyone!?

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