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Originally posted by maybereal11
See this link for other edits to Wiki..this is a stunning list! There are some crazy edits by the CIA!
Originally posted by apc
Would you care to have a long drawn-out discussion about the President of Iran?
I expect you to use all Wikipedia sources, naturally.
Thanks a bunch.
Originally posted by Quasar
Ok, i read about 3/4 of this before I had to stop.
Wikipedia is not a credible resource.
It does link to credible resources, but anybody can go on there and change it.
I had a speech teacher that wouldn't allow wikipedia as a source.
Quote from it now, take a look at it tomorrow, and it may be changed.
It links to credible sources, but to make a news story centering on wikipedia this severe is rediculous.
So what if a change did occure from a CIA facility.
A fresh military recruit gets stationed there, lands a good job, and decides to post some stuff on the internet. ATS specifically.
Someone answer these questions.
Who notified the press that these changes were occuring?
What status does this person hold?
Does this compromise security?
Why is Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on the picture of this article.
edit: Where's my threadkiller signature.
Originally posted by TheBorg
This is just another reason why we cannot take anything that we see on any wiki site for the truth.
Anything that can be freely edited by anyone that wants to edit it is very susceptible to tampering.
This simply stands to reason when one thinks about it.