Why shouldn't i trust wikipedia for information?

Answer people can edit anything they want and add completely inaccurate information.

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You know you shouldnt trust wikipedia right?

You just use it for the basic info not as a source you use the sources on the bottom of the page not the article that is where the bad inforamtion is.

Can you trust all information in wikipedia?

No, that is one of its critisms, it can be edited over and over again. I wouldn't trust many pieces of information that don't have a number next to them or a reference at the bottom of the page, th... Read More »

Do you trust the information from Wikipedia?

An expansive and systematic study of all of the edits made for one calendar quarter (late 2007) on Wikipedia's 100 articles about the hundred U.S. senators showed that the content in those articles... Read More »

Do you trust the information given on Wikipedia?

For the most part I do, since many people review the articles. But it can't really compare to getting info from books or reliable internet sites (like research sites). Also, you have no real way ... Read More »