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[ZEROHEDGE] Quantifying The Left Wing Bias Of Wikipedia

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Quantifying The Left Wing Bias Of Wikipedia

Tyler Durden

Sat, 10/31/2020 – 21:30

Authored by Shuichi Tezuka and Linda A. Ashtear via TheCritic.co.uk,

Wikipedia is the most widely used source of information in the world, and a great deal has been written about its impact on public perception of certain topics. Wikipedia shapes both scientific research and real-world economic outcomes, and is the top source of medical information for both doctors and patients. The widespread reliance on Wikipedia would not be a problem if it were a neutral and authoritative source, but earlier this year Wikipedia’s co-founder Larry Sanger declared that “Wikipedia’s ‘NPOV’ (neutral point of view) is dead.” Is Sanger’s statement correct?

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