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  • The covert world of people trying to edit Wikipedia—for pay

    The Atlantic - 08/11/2015

    Joseph Reagle, a professor of communication studies at Northeastern University and the author of Good Faith Collaboration: The Culture of Wikipedia, tends to agree with Maher’s assessment. “If we were to enumerate the list of the things that would cause people to be skeptical of the quality of Wikipedia … I suspect paid contribution would be relatively low,” he says. “It’s not an issue where there’s none, or there’s a lot. It’s just one of those things where, probably, everyone speeds a little bit.”

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