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Wikipedia: reliable reference or biased blathering?

Wikipedia is great for cocktail party banter, but don't rely on it for critical facts. The anonymity of its contributors, the poor fact-checking on the early contributions, and the bias of unqualified volunteer editors make it an increasingly inaccurate source that is losing its initial attraction for many.

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Bob Zeidman of Safe Corp discusses issues of software intellectual property, analysis, and forensic engineering.

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