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Citing to Wikipedia

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Today's quiz question: Has the US Supreme Court ever cited to a web publication in one of the Court's opinions? [JH]

May 14, 2007 in Wikipedia | Permalink


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I note that the judges in question have used it just for explanation to the side, and those using it as substantiation for a decision get reversed quite a bit. Which is entirely appropriate IMO (speaking as a Wikipedia press contact).

Posted by: David Gerard | May 15, 2007 9:12:47 AM

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