How much can one trust the content of wikipedia ?

Answer All content on Wikipedia is user submitted and reviewed, and therefor cannot be trusted blindly. Most of the information on there is correct, though, and you can especially rely on the information ... Read More »

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How much wikipedia pays for hosting its huge wikipedia content ?

Just $1 million, $2 tops. The rest of the $16 million goes to paying off cronies and no-bid contracts.Wikipedia is worth any money only as long as gullible people keep donating. If it allowed adver... Read More »

How much do you trust Wikipedia?

For the most part, I find it pretty reliable. You'd have to have a pretty poor life to deliberately vandalize Wiki pages with incorrect information. Aside from that, if someone spots a wrongful pie... Read More »

Why do people trust Wikipedia so much?

Of course Wikipedia is prone to error, often malicious error, and other times simply bone-headed editing and reverting over a point that is simply not clearly known. I'm going to give you three exa... Read More »

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 »