• For the most part yes.
  • Mostly but, on a very rare occasion vandalism on their confuses me. Especially that really hidden kind of stuff. Like if someone changed like 2 words and it didn't get discovered for weeks or months. This confused me into thinking Windows 11 was coming out and that Teen titans Go is being canceled.
  • Mostly. Obviously false or misleading information is usually corrected quite quickly but less read pages can be wrong for a while, as Celifrog says above. Some individuals & companies have been caught out rewriting their pages to make themselves appear better. The references cited on most pages can be checked. I wouldn't recommend citing it in an academic assignment or paper but the references can be good sources of further information.
  • Most seem accurate
  • Every bit as reliable as CNN, Snopes, NYT, MSNBC, Politico, BuzzFeed, and Fakebook.
    • bostjan64
      LOL BuzzFeed is actually most reliable out of all of those. ...Reliably wrong.
    • Franco333
      Exactly. Them with eyes to see, and ears to hear, will know my answer to be crude satire. Them with eyes tightly shut, and ears plugged, will think my answer an endorsement of their hopes. All are satisfied.

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