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Why Wikipedia Might Just Be the Most Reliable Source on the Internet

The answer to "should you believe Wikipedia?" isn't simple. But Professor Bruckman, a Harvard grad who holds a PhD from the MIT Media Lab, argues that the content of a popular Wiki page might actually be the most reliable form of information ever created. We dive in and try to answer the ultimate question: Should you believe Wikipedia? Plus we look at the toll misinformation has taken on today's biggest social platforms.

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    Should you trust Wikipedia?

    Wikipedia: The Most Reliable Source on the Internet?

    Wikipedia: The Most Reliable Source on the Internet?

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    Something about this massive online knowledge repository is working better than the rest of the internet, and we can learn from it.

    In the era of misinformation, who can you trust?

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