For years, the primary critique of Wikipedia was that it was subject to the whims and obsessions of its users. The robustness of the end product has been the best argument against that concern; a study (a few years ago) found that its articles were are accurate as Britannica’s. (Kids, ask your parents about Britannica.)
Sometimes, though, a rogue idiot can still hold sway over the truth.
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