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The Battle to Destroy Wikipedia’s Biggest Sock Puppet Army

Simon Owens
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In this article posted on DailyDot.com, Levick’s new Director of Digital Content, Simon Owens, delves into the circumstances surrounding Wikipedia’s efforts to rid its posts of content created by biased, for-hire authors seeking to dupe the millions of people who turn to the site for credible information. The sock puppet investigation, as it is known, turned up hundreds of problematic pages – and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
 
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