Does this paragraph suggests that we shouldn't rely on Wikipedia, and can you tell me the sentence it is suggesting? I asked this question , because i want make sure the article i read are reliable.
Criticisms of Wikipedia include assertions that its openness makes it unreliable and unauthorative. Because articles don't include bylines, authors aren't publicly accountable for what they write. Similarly, because anyone can edit any article, the site's entries are vulnerable to unscrupulous edits. In August 2007, Virgil Griffiths created a site, WikiScanner , where users could track the sources of edits to Wikipedia entries. Griffiths reported that self-serving edits typically involved whitewashing or removal of criticism of a person or organization or, conversely, insertion of negative comments into the entry about a competitor. Wikipedia depends upon the vigilance of editors to find and reverse such changes to content.
Its the third paragragh of the link: http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/Wikipedia