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 Can you trust the authenticity of anything you read on Wikipedia?

Answer Wikipedia is essentially trustworthy for any information that you need. It is not a citation-worthy reference, but as a tool it is very good.
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Is it right to read anything from Wikipedia or any web site?

It's perfectly alright to read Wikipedia and then forget everything you read. The trouble starts when you believe anything it says, or worse, copy and paste it into your own work without double-che... Read More »
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Is Wikipedia website is trust website or not It's all information in Wikipedia is believable one or not?

I think it is about 99% or so accurate. It is a compilation of people editing and checking of reference sources. There could be some error lines or things in dispute listed as factual. Almost not... Read More »
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Can you trust Wikipedia?

yes they have many members of staff looking out for changes so they are very reliable
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Do you trust wikipedia?

Maybe some things, but that's the problem... you NEVER know unless you already know better. If you already knew better, you wouldn't be checking Wikipedia... so, what do you trust on there?You can... Read More »
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