Wikipedia: #FactsMatter


Wikipedia: #FactsMatter

The fact that information spreads quickly means that truth can spread quickly, and lies can spread quickly.
And Wikipedia is that place you go when you’ve got a moment to reflect and say, OK, I actually need to learn about this.

Learn more about verifiability on Wikipedia:

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