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 Wikipedia Ethics--Is it ethical to alter content regarding ones self?

Answer Nothing on Wikipedia should be added without a source. Wikipedia clearly allows no original research, including you being yourself, therefore knowing certain things.Unless any information has been ... Read More »
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Engineering Ethics & Ethical Dilemma?

Like all professionals, engineers may encounter situations in which they must make judgment calls on ethical dilemmas. Most often, ethical dilemmas involve a conflict in fundamental principles of ... Read More »
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What Are the Ethical Thought Philosophies in Business Ethics?

Business ethics has drawn influences from many ethical philosophies over the years. The most important influences on business ethics have included various duty and consequence theories. Duty ethics... 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 »
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Is it ethical to get students and colleagues to edit my Wikipedia page?

Have you tried vandalising your article yourself? By doing so you very cleverly sidestep the ethical issues of getting students and colleagues to edit it for you and thus the whole thorny question ... Read More »
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