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Wikipedia Credibility and the Courts

Check out Mark Giangrande's post, Wikipedia Credibility and the Courts, on Tech Law Prof Blog. He reports that 45 federal courts have cited the Wikipedia, most as a passing reference to a factual point, rather than as a final authority.  28 state courts have also cited the web site. [JH]

March 12, 2007 in Wikipedia | Permalink


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